It looks like most BI Publisher report developers in the community are using MS Word to build their templates. Did you know that Excel is also an option?
Do you ever feel as if the future of civilization rests in the fate of one data nerd? You, the Databearer, are now left with the daunting task of climbing Mount DataDoom in order to make sense of all the data, the business processes, the outliers, the obvious trends, etc. (this can go on forever).
In this blog, we continue to explore the technical considerations for a Software as a Service application implementation.
In our previous blog, https://www.heug.org/p/bl/et/blogid=2508&blogaid=4096 we looked at some generalizations and now we’ll do a deeper dive into some of the specifics.
"Composite Query is an amazingly cool tool. I learn something new every time I work with it, and I’m continually trying to figure out different ways to use it."
- Tom Johnson, Duke University
What is it?
Interested in creating complex query reports not allowed using standard PS Query Manager
In a previous TRAG blog here (https://www.heug.org/p/bl/ar/blogaid=3986) we looked at some planning and project considerations for a SaaS implementation and now we will continue the theme with a look at some high level technical considerations, again with the focus on SaaS.