Jarvis Pizzeria: Custom Reports & Dashboards

In our previous blog we showed the out of the box functionality of Dashboard & Reporting. Next to the default dashboards, you can also create your own custom dashboards. However, before we can create dashboards on this, we need to set up some indicators within our application. In the composer we have to go to the tab Indicators.

There are three types of indicators that you can create here:

  • A Dimension represents the grouping on the X axis,
  • A Measure will be the value of the Y Axis.
  • An Attribute, in turn, will act as a filter.

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Jarvis Pizzeria: Business Reports & Dashboards

Within the workspace there are some out of the box dashboards that you can use to monitor your instance. When you go to My Tasks and click Dashboard, by default the Health dashboard is shown.

There are a total of 5 default dashboards, Health, Open, Workload, Trend & Closed. You can use the filters on the right hand side to filter the dashboard.

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BAM Dashboards

I shall now turn to the last part in the development cycle of a BAM project. The part where it for the end user is all about. The dashboards.

As usual first a brief explanation from the Oracle documentation.

A business view is a visual representation of data fetched by a business query or one or more key performance indicators (KPIs). A dashboard is a collection of related business views. To display data to users, a view must be included in a dashboard. Dashboards can display point-in-time or real-time information (active data). A tabbed dashboard contains other complete dashboards, which you view by clicking the tabs.

In my example project I created a tabbed dashboard containing two dashboards.

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