learn@sitespower.com

Dubai: +9714 330 6555

Sharjah: +9716 575 1315

 

 

Oracle Reports

Oracle / Java >

 

Oracle Reports Developer 10g : Build Reports Course

5 Day Instructor Led Course - 35 Contact Hours
Please Note: Oracle Courses are only available for private, onsite training.

 

 

 

Upcoming Schedules for Oracle 10g Reports :view all schedules
Dubai 01/Oct/2017 TBA TBA Enquire Now

 

Center Benefits :

• Corporate Venue: Onsite only

• UAE Ministry of Education Accredited Institute

• International Curriculum

• Certified Instructors

• Computer Labs: 1 PC for each student

• Certificate of Achievement (Ministry Attestation fees apply)

• Exams: Prometric & VUE exams available (fees excluded)

 

Training Quality Guarantees :

(conditions apply)

• Free Course Trial

• Free Course Repeat

• Corporate HR Investment Guarantee

• Corporate Customization

• Course Version Upgrade

 

What you will learn
In this course, students learn how to design and build a variety of standard and custom Web and paper reports using Oracle Reports Developer. Working in the declarative environment of Reports Builder, students learn how to retrieve, display, and format data from any data source in numerous reporting styles and publish the output to any destination.
During the course, students learn how to add dynamic content to a static Web page and publish reports to the Web. Students also learn how to customize more complex reports, embed graphical charts, and use OracleAS Reports Services to deploy your reports.

Audience
Database Administrators, Technical Consultant, Reports Developer

Prerequisites
XML: Introduction or equivalent familiarity with basic XML

Course Objectives
Create reports by accessing data from various data sources
Add dynamic data to an existing HTML page
Use report parameters and customize a runtime parameter form
Enhance reports using graphs and PL/SQL trigger code
Maximize report performance using OracleAS Reports Services and tune reports
Publish a report on the Web and build reports to run in various languages
Manage report templates, create mailing labels and letters
Identify the main components in a report document and how they are related
Identify the differences between Web and paper reports
Identify standard report design styles and run existing reports to various output destinations
Create and modify basic tabular reports and high quality Web reports
Create other report styles such as break reports and matrix reports

 

Course Outline

 

Introduction to Oracle Reports Developer
Business Intelligence
Enterprise Reporting
Oracle Reports Developer
Oracle Database 10g
Oracle Developer Suite 10g
Oracle Application Server 10g
OracleAS Reports Services
OracleAS Reports Services Architecture for the Web

Designing and Running Reports
Understanding User Requirements
Designing Reports
Tabular
Master-Detail
Master with Two Details
Matrix

Retrieving and Sharing Data
Running a Report

Working in Oracle Reports Developer
Reports Developer Executables
Invoking Reports Builder
Reports Builder Modules
Report Data and Layout
Reports Builder Components
Object Navigator
Report-Level Objects
Data Model Objects 

 

Creating a Paper Report
Report Module Components
Building a Paper Report
Viewing the Paper Report Output

Saving the Report Definition
Reentering the Wizard
Creating Break Reports
Break Report Labels
Creating Mailing Labels and Letters
 

Enhancing a Basic Paper Report
What Is the Paper Design?
The Paper Design Window
Modifying a Report
Aligning Columns
Setting a Format Mask
Manipulating Objects
Modifying Visual Attributes
Applying Conditional Formatting

Managing Report Templates
Using Report Templates
Modifying a Template
Customizing the Template Margin
Customizing the Template Body
Adding Web Links to a Template for Report HTML Output
Predefining Your Own Templates
Adding a Template Preview Image

 

Creating a Web Report
What Is JSP Technology?
JSP Advantages
Simple JSP Example
Building a Web Report
Using the Report Wizard
Report Editor: Web Source View
JSP Tags
Web Source Example

 

Enhancing Reports Using the Data Model: Queries and Groups
The Data Model Objects
Modifying Properties of a Query
Applying Changes
Changing the Group Structure
Group Hierarchy
Ordering Data in a Group
Query Modifications
Filtering Data in a Group
 

Enhancing Reports Using the Data Model: Data Sources
Data Source Types
Pluggable Data Sources
Using XML as a Data Source
Document Type Definition File
OLAP Data Source
Using Text as a Data Source
Using JDBC as a Data Source
Using REF Cursor Queries

Enhancing Reports Using the Data Model: Creating Columns
Data Model Columns
Maintaining Data Source Columns
Producing File Content Output
Creating a Column
Creating Summary Columns
Displaying Subtotals
Displaying Percentages
Creating a Formula Column
 

Enhancing Reports Using the Paper Layout
Viewing the Paper Layout
Designing Multipanel Reports
Printing Multipanel Reports
Different Objects in the Paper Layout
The Paper Layout Layers
Report Processing
Paper Layout Tools
Report Bursting

 

Controlling the Paper Layout: Common Properties
Modifying Paper Layout Object Properties
Common Layout Properties
Sizing Objects
Anchors
Layout Object Relationships
Pagination Icons in the Paper Layout
Controlling Print Frequency
Using Format Triggers

Controlling the Paper Layout: Specific Properties
Properties of a Repeating Frame
Specifying Print Direction
Controlling the Number of Records per Page
Controlling Spacing Between Records
Minimum Widow Records
System Variables
Valid Source Columns
Displaying File Contents
 

Web Reporting
Comparing Static and Dynamic Reporting
Adding Dynamic Content
Creating a Report Block
Invoking the Report Block Wizard
Examining the Web Source Code
rw:foreach Tag
rw:field Tag
Customizing Reports JSPs
 

Extending Functionality Using XML
Why Use XML Report Definitions?
Creating XML Report Definitions
Partial Report Definitions: Format Modification Example

Partial Report Definitions: Format Exception Example
Full Report Definition: Data Model Modification Example
Running XML Report Definitions
Debugging XML Report Definitions
 

Creating and Using Report Parameters
Creating User Parameters
Referencing Parameters in a Report Query
Using Bind References
Using Lexical References
Hints and Tips When Referencing Parameters
Creating a List of Values
Referencing System Parameters
Building a Paper Parameter Form

Embedding a Graph in a Report
Adding a Graph to a Paper Report
Adding a Graph to a Web Report
Selecting the Graph Type
Selecting the Graph Data
Adding Options to the Graph
Customizing Web Graphs
The rw:graph Tag
Customizing Graphs Using the Graph.XML File
 

Enhancing Matrix Reports
The Matrix Data Model
The Matrix Paper Layout
Creating Matrix Summaries
Creating the Matrix Manually
The Matrix with Group Data Model
The Matrix with Group Layout
Building a Nested Matrix
Nested Matrix Paper Layout

 

Coding PL/SQL Triggers
Types of Triggers in Reports
Trigger Code
Using Report Triggers
Using Data Model Triggers: PL/SQL Group Filter
Using Data Model Triggers: Parameter Validation
Using Layout Triggers

Using Format Triggers
Event-Based Reporting

 

Extending Functionality Using the SRW Package
Contents of the SRW Package
Outputting Messages
Executing a Nested Report
Restricting Data
Initializing Fields
Creating a Table of Contents
Performing DDL Statements
Setting Format Attributes

 

Maximizing Performance Using OracleAS Reports Services
Running Reports Using OracleAS Reports Services
Report Request Methods
Oracle Application Server Components
Enabling Single Sign-On Access
Running the Web Layout: JSP Run-time Architecture
Running the Paper Layout: Servlet Run-time Architecture
Running a Paper Report on the Web
Queue Manager

 

Building Reports: Efficiency Guidelines
Tuning Reports
Performance Measurement
Non SQL Data Sources
Investigating the Data Model
Investigating the Paper Layout
Running the Report
Different Development and Run-Time Environments
Developing Reports to Run in Different GUIs