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Multiple Pages for Reports

Report pages allow you to group multiple, related reports into a single report with a single icon. You can create multiple-page reports by configuring links between a default report page and secondary report pages. Configure column data, bars, pie pieces, data points, and legends to act as links from the default report to a secondary report. For example, the default report page might display the percentage of clients with failed and successful backups in a pie chart. You could configure the failed piece of the pie chart as a link to a secondary report that lists each client with a failed backup. To set up reports with multiple pages, you must create and deploy a default report page, add an additional secondary page, and then configure components in the default report page as links to the secondary report pages.

The following is a high-level process for setting up report pages:

  1. Build and deploy a default report.
  2. Create a secondary report page.
  3. Create a data set on the secondary report page.
  4. Create an input on the secondary report page.
  5. Build a report on the secondary report page.
  6. Create a link to the secondary report page.

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