Oracle Reports | Theoretical Concept About Reports Builder & Reports Style | Bangla (Reports-01)
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Dear viewer, In this tutorial you will know theoretic concept About Reports Builder & Reports Style.
About Oracle reports Builder:
Oracle Reports Builder is a component of the Oracle Developer suit.
It publish data from any source, in any format, to any destination with high fidelity.
It is a powerful enterprise reporting tool that enables you to rapidly develop and deploy sophisticated Web and paper reports against any data source (including an Oracle database, JDBC, XML, text files, and Oracle OLAP).
Oracle Reports Builders is a collection of programs that allows you to centralize report processing and better manage reporting efforts.
Reports builder is one of the program components included with Oracle Reports Builder.
-User-friendly wizards that guide you through the report design process.
-Pluggable data sources (PDSs), such as JDBC and XML, that provide access to data from any source for your reports.
-A query builder with a graphical representation of the SQL statement to obtain report data.
-Default report templates and layout styles that can be customized if needed.
- A live editor that enables you to modify paper report layouts in WYSIWYG mode.
Oracle Reports enables us to publish data from any source in any format with high fidelity.
In addition to SQL, PL/SQL, and Express, you can publish data from Java Database Connectivity(JDBC) sources, XML, text files, or your own data sources that you have defined.
Develop your report once, deploy it anywhere.
-Output formats include HTML, HTMLCSS, XML, PDF, text, Postscript, RTF, delimited, character, etc.
Oracle Reports uses a standards-base, modular architecture.
Supported File Types:
Oracle Reports can be saved in a variety of formats and then deployed with Oracle Application Server.
JSP-JavaServer Page Format
RDF-Report Definition File: Binary file containing source code.
REP-Report: Binary file without source code.
HTML-Hyper Text Markup Language.
XML-Extensible Markup Language.
A tabular report is the most basic type of report. Each column corresponds to a column selected from the database.
Group Above Reports:
A group above report contains multiple groups in its data model.
It is a "master/detail" report, where there may be a lot of information in the master group.
For every master group, the related values of the detail group(s) are fetched from the database and are displayed below the master information.
Group Left Reports:
A group left report also contains multiple groups in its data model, dividing the rows of a table based on a common value in one of the columns.
Use this type of report to restrict a column from repeating the same value several times while values of related columns change.
The data model for group above and group left reports is the same, but the layouts differ; group above reports display the master information at the top while group left reports display break columns to the side.
A matrix (cross-product) report is a cross-tabulation of four groups of data:
One group of data is displayed across the page.
One group of data is displayed down the page.
One group of data is the cross-product, which determines all possible locations where the across and down data relate and places a cell in those locations.
One group of data is displayed as the "filler" of the cells.
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