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Simple Folder : From Single Table Complex Folder: Join Two

Simple Folder : From Single Table Complex Folder: Join Two

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Simple Folder : from Single Table

Complex Folder: Join two simple folders
Custom Folder : SQL query WHERE ORDER BY Having Group By
1)Connect to the Admin Edition

2)Create Business Area and Create Simple Folder
3)Connect to the Desktop Edition and Create new Workbook by select

the Business Area whatever we have created.
4)Once we select the Business Area it will shows the folders which we have in the
Business Area

select folder and Columns => Select Next button and Finish Button
Note:- In the Business Area we have more than one Simple folder we can select only
one
simple folder columns not multiple folder
2)If we want to select columns from Multiple folders then we will go for creation
of
Complex Folders.
VenodrID VendorName Cdate SiteID SiteCode Cdate City
======= ========== ===== ====== ======== ===== ====
1)Create Two Simple Folders in Admin Edition

2)Select the Primary key from Simple Folder => Right click=>New join
Select the Join Condition.
Note: for Outer join select Options Button

for multiple join conditions select Multi Item Button
3)System will create the join condition between the Simple folder we can find that
end of the

Simple folder.
4)Goto Desktop Edition and Create Workbook by select Business Area select the
columns from
multiple folders and design the Format.
Sort Options :

=============
1)Right Click on the Workbook column name => Item Properties =>to change the
Column Name

=> Group Sort
=>To make grouping
=> Sort Low to High
=>Assending order
=> Sort high to Low
=>Desending order
=> Foramt Data
=>
To format the Data
=> Format Heading =>
Format the Heading
=> Format Exception =>To
give the Format Conditions
Add Title to the Workbook:
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