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Report Definition Chart tab

On the Chart tab, you can create or edit a chart in a summarized report by using the Chart Editor. To include a chart, a report must have at least one summarized column and one group by column.

If your report includes the columns required for defining a chart, click Include chart to open the Chart Editor.

  • Maps available for use as charts

    You can display the data in a summarized report by using a map, if the data supports that kind of visualization. Map visualizations are useful for reports with geographic data, such as sales by region, activity by state, and incidents by county.

  • Adding or editing charts from the report definition rule form

    You can add a chart to a summarized report by launching the Chart Editor from the report definition rule form.

  • Removing a chart by using the report definition rule form

    From the report definition rule form, you can remove a chart from a summarized report. You might need to remove a chart if the chart no longer meets your business needs, or if you modified the report so that it no longer contains the columns required for the chart.

  • Chart types and subtypes

    You can include charts in summarized reports.

  • Data settings form in the Chart Editor

    For each drop zone in the Chart Editor, you can define column-specific format settings by using the Data settings form. The available options depend on the chart type and the type of data in that column.

  • Report Definition rule form

    A report definition rule defines a report definition report. This rule generates an SQL query that retrieves and sorts information from the PegaRULES database, an external database, or an Elasticsearch index, and generates HTML that displays the results in a variety of formats. You have a range of options for interacting with the results, depending on the settings on the Report Viewer tab.

  • Creating advanced reports

    Facilitate the process of data analysis by presenting the data that you retrieve from the database in the form of a table.

  • Viewing generated Java code of Access When rules
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