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<frx:docgen />
<frx:fields>
<frx:field id="title" link="reports/help.data#{link}" />
<frx:field id="datasources_admin" link="reports/help.accessdata.datasourcesadmin"
<frx:field id="datasources_admin" link="reports/help.data#datasources"
target="_self">Configuration screens</frx:field>
<frx:field id="datasources_settings" link="reports/help.accessdata.datasourcessettings"
<frx:field id="datasources_settings" link="reports/help.data#datasources"
target="_self">Defining data sources in settings.php file(s)</frx:field>
<frx:field id="building_datablocks" link="reports/help.accessdata.datablocks"
<frx:field id="building_datablocks" link="reports/help.data#datablocks"
target="_self">building data blocks</frx:field>
<frx:field id="role_detail_report" link="reports/drupaladmin.role_detail_enhanced"
<frx:field id="role_detail_report" link="reports/drupaladmin.role_detail"
target="_blank">Roles</frx:field>
</frx:fields>
</head>
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<p>Once the data sources are defined, you can start {building_datablocks} using these data sources.</p>
<h3>Data Sources Settings</h3>
<p>
Visit the <a href="/admin/config/content/forena/data" target="_self">Data tab within {skin.forena} Configuration</a> to define
Visit the Data tab within Forena Configuration to define
data sources (database connections) using administration (configuration) screens. Note however that prior to defining a new
database connection, you'll need to create a folder to store the corresponding data blocks (SQL files) on the file system.
</p>
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<tr>
<th>Driver</th>
<td>The name of the class that will be used to provide the data blocks (= the data provider). Data engine plugins
delivered with {skin.forena} include:
delivered with Forena include:
<ul>
<li>FrxDrupal - Drupal</li>
<li>FrxOracle - Oracle Database</li>
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<th>Oracle native XML</th>
<td>Enable this option (by checking the check-box) if you want to use Oracle's native XML functions (only for FrxOracle
driver). In order to use this you must first install a function called f_forena_xml into your database schema. You'll find
the .sql file which can be used to install this function included in the {skin.forena} distribution.</td>
the .sql file which can be used to install this function included in the Forena distribution.</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<th>Postgres native XML</th>
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editor) of your choice to do so (which of course requires authorization to perform these operations).</p>
<p>
To create new data blocks in SQL format, you may want to consider using the {create_datablock} link on the
{structure_forena_data} screen. This will launch the <strong>query writing tool</strong> that comes with {skin.forena}, which
is called the <strong>{skin.forena} Query Builder</strong>. This is a separated module that comes with {skin.forena}. It can
{structure_forena_data} screen. This will launch the <strong>query writing tool</strong> that comes with Forena, which
is called the <strong>Forena Query Builder</strong>. This is a separated module that comes with Forena. It can
be enabled as per standard Drupal instructions to enable an additional module. For a <strong>great</strong> video tutorial
about this <strong>amazing</strong> query writing tool, checkout <a href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPdFftH4CGs"
target="_blank">Define data blocks with optional filters</a>.
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<p>This example illustrates loading a node, but any entity type (like users, or some custom entity type) may be loaded.</p>
<h2 id="rawmodequeries">Raw Mode Queries</h2>
<p>
In some cases where {skin.forena} is being used to export data, memory consumption can be reduced by specifying a <strong>return_type</strong>
In some cases where Forena is being used to export data, memory consumption can be reduced by specifying a <strong>return_type</strong>
option of <strong>raw</strong> in the data block.
</p>
<p>The following example illustrates raw mode used in a Drupal query.</p>
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return_type = raw
</pre>
<p>Currently this option is only supported in the Drupal and PDO drivers. The one drawback for using raw mode is that all
of the XPATH features are disabled for that data query as {skin.forena} will not prerender the result set into XML. This means
of the XPATH features are disabled for that data query as Forena will not prerender the result set into XML. This means
that your iterators can only use an frx:foreach attribute of * and only column names may be used as token replacements in the
query. You also will be unable to use XPATH evaluation expressions in your reports that use this feature.</p>
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</p>
<h3>Using token replacements in frx:if attributes</h3>
<p>
Normally you would use <a href="./help.reportingfrx.tokens">Token Replacements</a> in the attribute to map this to some column
Normally you would use token replacements in the attribute to map this to some column
in the database (or value of a tag in case of data stores in XML format). As an illustration, consider this example:
</p>
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report editor. Users with knowledge of <abbr title="eXtensible HyperText Markup Language">XHTML</abbr>, <abbr
title="Cascading Style Sheets">CSS</abbr> and <abbr title="eXtensible Markup Language">XML</abbr> may choose to edit the
report definition files (= files with a .frx extension) directly, or edit reports without using the <abbr
title="What You See Is What You Get">WYSIWYG</abbr> report editor (the <a href="./help.reportingfrx.intro" target="_self"><abbr
title="Forena Report XML">FRX</abbr> Reporting Guide</a> is available for those who are interested in doing so).
title="What You See Is What You Get">WYSIWYG</abbr> report editor (the <abbr
title="Forena Report XML">FRX</abbr> Reporting Guide is available for those who are interested in doing so).
</p>
<h2 id="create">Create Report</h2>
<p>To create a new report using the WYSIWYG report editor, use either of these methods to do so:</p>
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</frx:docgen>
<frx:fields>
<frx:field id="title" link="reports/help.setup#{link}" />
<frx:field id="configure_forena" link="admin/config/content/forena" target="_self">Configuring Forena Reports</frx:field>
<frx:field id="configure_forena" link="admin/config/content/forena">Configuring Forena Reports</frx:field>
<frx:field id="structure_forena" link="admin/structure/forena" target="_self">Structuring Forena Reports</frx:field>
<frx:field id="text_format_config" link="admin/config/content/formats">Text formats</frx:field>
<frx:field id="forena_issue_queue" link="https://www.drupal.org/project/issues/forena?status=All&amp;categories=All"
target="_blank">Forena Issue Queue</frx:field>
<frx:field id="custom_skins" link="reports/help.setup.skins" target="_blank">Adding Custom Report Skins</frx:field>
<frx:field id="bean_integration" link="reports/help.sitebuilding.bean" target="_blank">Integration with BEAN</frx:field>
<frx:field id="authorizations_tasks" link="reports/help.setup.permissions" target="_blank">Authorizations Tasks</frx:field>
<frx:field id="grant_permissions" link="admin/people/permissions" target="_blank">grant permissions to roles</frx:field>
<frx:field id="about_data_sources" link="reports/help.accessdata.datasources" target="_self">About Data Sources</frx:field>
<frx:field id="wysiwyg_editors" link="reports/help.sitebuilding.wysiwygeditors" target="_blank">WYSIWYG editors</frx:field>
<frx:field id="svggraph_library" link="reports/help.setup.svggraph" target="_blank">SVGGraph library</frx:field>
<frx:field id="custom_skins" link="reports/help.skins" >Skins</frx:field>
<frx:field id="bean_integration" link="reports/help.sitebuilding#bean" >Integration with BEAN</frx:field>
<frx:field id="authorizations_tasks" link="reports/help.setup#permissions">Permission</frx:field>
<frx:field id="grant_permissions" link="admin/people/permissions" >grant permissions to roles</frx:field>
<frx:field id="about_data_sources" link="reports/help.data#datasources">About Data Sources</frx:field>
<frx:field id="wysiwyg_editors" link="reports/help.sitebuilding#wysiwygeditors" >WYSIWYG editors</frx:field>
<frx:field id="svggraph_library" link="reports/help.setup#svggraph" >SVGGraph library</frx:field>
<frx:field id="drupal_status" link="admin/reports/status">Drupal Status</frx:field>
<frx:field id="datablocks_security" link="reports/help.accessdata.datablockssecurity" target="_blank">Data Blocks Security</frx:field>
<frx:field id="datablocks" link="reports/help.accessdata.datablocks" target="_blank">Data Block</frx:field>
<frx:field id="enable_masquerade" link="reports/help.sitebuilding.masquerade" target="_blank">Enable the Masquerade module</frx:field>
<frx:field id="grant_permissions" link="admin/people/permissions#module-forena" target="_blank">grant permissions to roles</frx:field>
<frx:field id="datasource" link="reports/help.accessdata.datasources" target="_blank">data source</frx:field>
<frx:field id="my_reports" link="forena" target="_blank">My Reports</frx:field>
<frx:field id="frxmyreports_renderer" link="reports/help.renderers.frxmyreports" target="_blank">FrxMyReports renderer</frx:field>
<frx:field id="datablocks_security" link="reports/help.data#datablockssecurity" >Data Blocks Security</frx:field>
<frx:field id="datablocks" link="reports/help.data#datablocks" >Data Block</frx:field>
<frx:field id="grant_permissions" link="admin/people/permissions#module-forena" >grant permissions to roles</frx:field>
<frx:field id="datasource" link="reports/help.data#datasources">data source</frx:field>
<frx:field id="my_reports" link="forena">My Reports</frx:field>
<frx:field id="frxmyreports_renderer" link="reports/help.renderers.frxmyreports">FrxMyReports renderer</frx:field>
<frx:field id="structure_forena" link="admin/structure/forena">Structure Forena</frx:field>
<frx:field id="create_report" link="reports/add" target="_blank">Create Report</frx:field>
<frx:field id="create_report" link="reports/add">Create Report</frx:field>
</frx:fields>
<frx:menu />
<frx:cache />
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</p>
<h3>Establish default SVGGraph settings</h3>
<p>
Checkout <strong>Defining Configuration Settings</strong> within <a href="./help.setup.skins" target="_self">Custom Report
Skins</a> for instructions about how to assign appropriate default values for various SVG Graph settings.
Checkout <strong>Defining Configuration Settings</strong> within Custom Report
Skins for instructions about how to assign appropriate default values for various SVG Graph settings.
</p>
<h3>Validate your text formats configuration</h3>
<p>
Assuming you completed the setup of your SVG graph library, you should now be in good shape to start using Forena's charting
features. To perform an easy validation about this, just checkout one of the SVG samples delivered with Forena. Use the <a
href="./sample.state_summary_ie8" target="_self">external SVG graph sample</a> in case you're using an older browser that
does not support inline SVG. Alternatively, if you're using a more recent browser, try using the <a
href="./sample.state_summary" target="_blank">Master Summary with drill down</a>.
features. To perform an easy validation about this, just checkout one of the SVG samples delivered with Forena. Use the external SVG graph sample
in case you're using an older browser that
does not support inline SVG. Alternatively, if you're using a more recent browser, try using the Master Summary with drill down.
</p>
<p>
If you don't see a nicely formatted graph, but only some square with a gray background (about the size of the SVG graph you
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