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Oracle Crm on Demand Combined Analyses (Osborne Oracle Press)by Michael D. Lairson
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From Oracle Press--a detailed, step-by-step guide to using combined analyses to develop reports within Oracle CRM On Demand
Written by a renowned expert on the topic, Oracle CRM On Demand Combined Analyses provides a detailed and methodical explanation of how and when to use combined analyses within Oracle CRM On Demand. Combined analyses provide a mechanism by which outer joins between tables can be created virtually. This is unique to the CRM On Demand environment, and this book explains the process in detail.
This Oracle Press guide describes the mechanics of creating a combined analysis, while highlighting real-world business cases where a combined analysis is critical to developing an accurate and meaningful report. These case studies for different types of report unions provide a framework for tested and proven usage of the set operators in developing combined reports.
Oracle CRM On Demand Combined Analyses
Includes coverage of:
Combined Analyses Basics; Negative (Null) Reporting; Layout Considerations; Result Columns; Filtering Combined Analyses
Book News Annotation:
This slim guide to creating combined analysis reports with the Oracle Customer Relationship Management (CRM) On Demand suite of software-as-a-service hosted business applications presents a discussion of problems and solutions for creating integrated reports from disparate data. Functioning as a supplemental reference to Oracle CRM On Demand Reporting (McGraw-Hill/Professional, 2008) Chapters focus on the unique challenges of working with multiple database queries and cover such topics as basic principles of combined analysis, null reporting requirements, dashboard layouts, result formatting and filters. Lairson is the former certification developer for Siebel Systems, the company that originally invented this software. Annotation ©2011 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Master the Combined Analysis Tools in Oracle CRM on Demand
Drive better decision-making across your enterprise using the reporting and analysis techniques in this Oracle Press guide. Through clear explanations and detailed case studies, Oracle CRM on Demand Combined Analyses shows you how to deliver real-time insightful business intelligence to end users. Learn how to perform multiple queries, join tables, format result columns, and add interactivity to your reports. Methods for filtering the results of a combined analysis are also covered in this practical resource. Create, edit, and join reports with set operators in Oracle Answers On Demand Configure roles and privileges to allow access to development tools Use negative reporting methods to compensate for null data Analyze records from the transactional databases and data warehouse in federated reports Add advanced views such as gauges, view selectors, funnel charts, and narrative views to your combined reports Integrate ad hoc analysis using Oracle Answers on Demand Consolidate information from disparate sources with pivot tables Perform calculations across multiple reports using result columns
About the Author
Michael D. Lairson is Manager of Business Intelligence Services with Intelenex, an Oracle partner, and works directly with customers implementing CRM On Demand. He is the author of Oracle CRM On Demand Reporting and is considered the foremost resource for report development and training in Oracle CRM On Demand reporting. Michael previously worked for Siebel Systems/Oracle where he played a key role in the development of the Advanced Analytics Workshop training offered by Oracle.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Getting Started with Combined Analyses; Chapter 2. Combined Analyses Basics; Chapter 3. Negative (Null) Reporting; Chapter 4. Layout Considerations; Chapter 5. Result Columns; Chapter 6. Filtering Combined Analyses; Appendix: Examples
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