Learn Maximo Reporting with BIRT and be producing great looking reports, TODAY!
This comprehensive self paced training course on using BIRT to create and modify reports for Maximo will teach you all you need to know to get immediate results from the Maximo report writer, in just a few hours.
Rather than outsourcing your reporting requirements to expensive consultants or undertaking lengthy and costly training courses, working through this workbook is quick and easy. I have personally created every example in this book, running through each one, taking copious screen shots and making careful step by step instructions so that it is easy to follow and learn.
The main topics covered are:
Installing BIRT for Maximo
Sorting, grouping and aggregating data
Creating reports that use parameters
Writing expressions and calculated fields
Building reports that contain sub-
Joining different data sets
Creating hyperlinks and drill down functionality
Importing reports to Maximo
Creating and modifying Query Based Reports
See contents below for full details.
Written by Paul Bappoo, founder of BIRTReporting.com, the BIRT User Group UK and author of the successful BIRT books BIRT for Beginners and BIRT by Example, this training course comes with the pedigree you can trust. Paul has spent years using BIRT in both Maximo and non-Maximo environments and has accumulated all of the knowledge gained into this self paced guide so you can acquire years of experience in just a few hours.
Printed in full A4 size, packed with examples, large, easy to read screen shots, step by step instructions and guided exercises, this workbook can be used again and again, as a self study guide or as course notes to use when you run your own training courses in house or for clients plus you always have the full backup and support from the dedicated BIRT forum and the new guides and tutorials that are always being released at www.BIRTReporting.com
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