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Oracle Hyperion Interactive Reporting 11 Expert Guide by Edward J. Cody, Emily M. Vose

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Implementing the Dashboard Framework

The use of a single Dashboard section to act as the code library for the document is the basis of building out a framework within Interactive Reporting. The Dashboard Framework refers to this section, which contains the necessary global support code, as the Globals section.

Continuing with the BMV Executive Dashboard example, insert a new Dashboard section called Globals into the document. Once the Globals Dashboard section is created and named, shapes which will contain code used by the Dashboard Framework are added, and scripts are written on their onClick() event triggers. Although any Graphic or Control with an onClick() event trigger could be used to contain global scripts, the Text Label Graphic is a convenient ...

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