This dialog box appears when you create or edit a standard report.
The Add/Edit Standard Report dialog box has four tabs.
Table: Tabs in the Add/Edit Standard Report dialog box
Lets you specify what data is included in the report and specify options for that data. You can also specify the sorting and grouping of the resulting data, and specify columns for the resulting data set.
Lets you specify the type of data that is included in the report.
Displays the current report in grid view in the report preview pane. Whichever pane is displayed when you save the report is the type of report that anyone viewing the report sees.
Displays the current report in chart view in the report preview pane. Whichever pane is displayed when you save the report is the type of report that anyone viewing the report sees.
Displays a preview of the current report as you build it. Auto Preview is selected by default.
Limits the result set of the report that is shown in the report preview pane to 50. The Limit Results option is selected by default.
When Auto Preview is not selected, clicking Generate lets you view the report in the report preview pane with all the changes you have made.
Lets you specify the columns that are displayed in the report.
Lets you specify the grouping and sorting of the data in the report.
Lets you specify the maximum number of rows that are included in the report. The default number of rows is 50, and users can configure the number of rows they want to see in the report at run time.
Lets you specify the number of rows per page in the report.
Lets you specify the columns to sort by and whether the data in those columns should be sorted in ascending or descending order.
Lets you specify the columns to group by.
Lets you add group aggregations. Group aggregations summarize mathematical data at the group level. For example, you might want to add an aggregation to a report that shows the average age of a ticket per location.
Lets you add aggregations to the report. Any number of aggregations are allowed.
Displays the SQL statement for the report.
Table: Options on the Permissions tab
Rows in the tab
Lists the current permissions that are assigned to the report.
Lets you edit the permissions for that user, group, permission, or organization.
Lets you delete that permission.
Add New Permission
Lets you add a new permission.
Table: Options on the Web Services tab
Enabled for programmatic access
Lets you enable the report for programmatic access. Selecting this check box displays the fields that you need to specify to set up Web Service access.
The namespace for the WebService and the objects that are used in the webservice.
The URI for the namespace.
A name that describes the service, such as "OpenIncidentsThisMonthReport".
The results of the report are an array of the class name that is supplied here. The class name has public properties for each of the columns in the report.
Compiles the Web Service and deploys it to a URL. The URL is displayed on the screen and can be used to access the WebService. When report data changes, you need to generate the WebService again to update the class.
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