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Learning SAP BusinessObjects Dashboards by Taha M. Mahmoud

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Summary

In this chapter, we discussed how to use traditional selectors, such as radio buttons and checkboxes, to receive input from dashboard users, and then trigger an action or a set of actions, based on the selected value. These actions are called insertions. We can use many types of insertions, such as label, value, row, and column, which allow us to easily interact with our dashboard. We also introduced modern selectors, such as fisheye and sliding picture menus.

One section was dedicated to discussing how to display tabular data in our dashboard using the list view, score card, spreadsheet table, and grid. Then we discussed selector types, such as icons and filters.

Selectors have many common features, such as series insertion, default selected ...

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