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As you can see from this example, there are many different parameters for each of the web items, and depending on how complex the Data Provider is, the impact of these settings will be even greater for the WAD template. The Data Provider is something we will run into most of the time during the creation of these web templates. As mentioned, almost every web template will have at least one Data Provider, and possibly most of the web items will have their own Data Provider. A Data Provider can either be a Filter or a Query View. Data Providers of the Filter type usually provide data for web items that are related to filtering data, such as a dropdown box or the radio button group. They cannot be used with web items that display the results of a Query or Query View, such as the Analysis Grid and
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Description This property controls which, if any, system messages should be displayed to the user of the Web Application. Properties in this grouping deal with the interaction of the Web Application with the user. The more useful parameters in this grouping include whether the variable screen is shown before the template results, whether the report/report interface launches in a new browser window, and whether personalized values for the template are stored and used. The two properties in this grouping include the variant, if any, that the Web Application will use and the level (Query level or InfoProvider level) at which InfoProvider data documents are created. The settings in this grouping determine whether or not new dialog boxes start in new browser windows and, if so, whether the user can return to the original window. This would be significant if the Web Application has navigation items such as links or buttons that launch other web templates.
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the Chart web items. The more common Data Provider is the Query View type, which can reference Queries, Query Views, and InfoProviders. The following illustration shows this information.
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The process of assigning a Data Provider is called data binding. We did this for both the Analysis Grid and the Navigation Pane in the example. You also saw the two locations for data binding and for the commands. The Data Binding is done directly in the Command Wizard.
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As you will see, the majority of the time spent in the process of setting up a web template is not in the identification of the web items we need. Instead, after the items are assigned to the web template, the process of configuring all the settings and parameters for each web item can be quite time-consuming. These parameters can change the overall look of the object if not correctly formatted. For example, if the pixels for different screens are not consistent, you will be viewing reports that are only a portion of the screen rather than sharing the screen equally. So, bear that in mind while reviewing each of the objects. Some are straightforward in their setup, but others will have numerous parameters. Understanding what each one does is very important. The web items are broken down into the following groupings: Standard This grouping includes Analysis, Chart, Report, Navigation Pane, Filter Pane, Button Group, Dropdown Box, Radio Button Group, Checkbox Group, Listbox, and Hierarchical Filter Selection. Advanced This grouping includes Web Template, Container Layout, Container, Tab Pages, Group, Single Document, Document List, Map, System Messages, and Information Field. Miscellaneous This grouping includes Data Provider, Information, Text, Link, List of Exceptions, List of Conditions, Menu Bar, Properties Pane, Ticker, Context Menu, and Script. Each web item has a specific set of parameters that control the use and view generated by that item. For example, the one we used the Navigation Pane web item shows the navigation status of a Data Provider. All the characteristics and structures of the Data Provider are listed. You can alter the navigation status by dragging characteristics or structures to an axis (rows or columns) of the table, or you can remove them from the axis. You can swap axes in the Navigation Pane using drag and drop, and the table changes accordingly. You can also drag characteristics into the Filter pane. In the Properties section of the Navigation Pane web item, you can use the Internal Display | Navigation Pane Contents property to choose which elements of the assigned Data Provider will be shown in the Web Application. Table 15-8 lists the parameters for the Navigation Pane web item, arranged according to the various parameter groupings.
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