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accomplished within the WAD versus in the BI Portal. For example, in this case, the use of the Page can also be reflected if you were to use a Container object in the WAD with two ANALYSIS GRIDS included, then publishing the CONTAINER to the Portal. Also, each iView added to the page provides the ability to have unique properties. The following illustration shows the properties of a page.
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Creating a Portal page requires four steps, but for our purposes all we really need to do is make sure we have the page consistent for the iView. In step 1, the technical name and a description are required. The first of the following illustrations shows step 2. We will be using the Default Page Template option. In step 3 we identify the type of page layout required to comfortably display the reports we will be using. There are a number of options for the layout, but we will be working with a basic two-column view. The second illustration shows this information.
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Finally, step 4 involves a review and summary of the properties chosen, as shown here.
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Developing Folders in the Enterprise Portal
Once the iViews have been organized on the Portal pages, the process of organizing the pages onto Portal roles with the help of the Portal folder structure begins. Pages are assigned to a role using a hierarchical structure of folders. It is important that you understand the relationship between the folders and the layout of the Portal interface. There are three key layers for navigation in the Portal folders (assume that the role itself is the root of the hierarchy and is not involved in the display): First level of top navigation Second level of top navigation Detailed navigation The first two layers relate to the horizontal menus at the top of the Portal screen. The third layer relates to the navigational panel at the right of the screen. When the folders are defined in the role, it is important to be aware of these layers because their hierarchical position determines where they will appear on the final screen. The final setup of the role with a series of hierarchical folders is shown next.
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Based on this illustration, the final view of this information shows that the My Reports level is at the top of the page, followed by the Daily Reports and Weekly Reports levels (shown across the top of the Portal page as sub-tabs or in the second level of folders). Finally, the Team Reports and Region Reports levels, followed by Page 1 (assigned to the Daily Reports folder) and the Page 2 (assigned to the Weekly Reports folder) are found in the navigational portion of the screen. The creation of a folder involves the assignment of a technical number, description, and ID prefix. You can also include additional comments about the use of the folder, if necessary. Once all this is complete, click Finish to close and
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save the folder. The first of the following illustrations shows the initial context menu for creating a folder, and the second shows the first step in the Folder Wizard.
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Additionally, the folder saves its file location within the Portal.
Developing Roles in the Enterprise Portal
So far, the hierarchy of the Portal has been developed from the bottom up. We worked through the configuration of the iViews from the objects in the BI environment (lowest-level object) and then moved to the pages needed to assign the iViews to the structure (second-tier object). Then we worked through the folders to which the pages are assigned (third-tier object). Finally, we configured the root of the Portal hierarchy (the role). The role is an object that organizes folders into a hierarchical format, and we worked through this organizational process in the previous section. Now the only task left is to confirm the configuration of the role. The following illustration shows the initial step in the Roles Wizard.
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