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XLCubed Web Edition allows you to publish your XLCubed reports to the web. It is more than just a publishing tool, it lets you organise your reports on the web and provides OLAP functionality in your browser - it is not just Excel running on a server…
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==Step 1. Design your report==
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Design your report in Excel using the XLCubed add-in, visualise the data using MicroCharts and standard Excel Charting. Reports can contain grid and formula based report sections, use multiple sheets, and make use of standard Excel formulae. Both standard Excel Charting and MicroCharts are supported for publication to the web.
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===Step 2. Publish your report===
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From within Excel you simply select the Publish option from the XLCubed menu and choose the location on the server where you want it to be located…click publish and the report is published to the web.
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====Step 3. View the report in a browser====
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It’s as simple as accessing any web page, point your browser at the Repository and you’ll see the report as it appeared in Excel
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Step 4. Enjoy OLAP in a browser
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The report isn’t simply published, it contains the OLAP functionality that the XLCubed add-in has become renowned for. You can perform member selection and drill-down, all within the browser environment.

Revision as of 10:09, 30 November 2010

XLCubed Web Edition allows you to publish your XLCubed reports to the web. It is more than just a publishing tool, it lets you organise your reports on the web and provides OLAP functionality in your browser - it is not just Excel running on a server…

Step 1. Design your report

Design your report in Excel using the XLCubed add-in, visualise the data using MicroCharts and standard Excel Charting. Reports can contain grid and formula based report sections, use multiple sheets, and make use of standard Excel formulae. Both standard Excel Charting and MicroCharts are supported for publication to the web.

Step 2. Publish your report

From within Excel you simply select the Publish option from the XLCubed menu and choose the location on the server where you want it to be located…click publish and the report is published to the web.

Step 3. View the report in a browser

It’s as simple as accessing any web page, point your browser at the Repository and you’ll see the report as it appeared in Excel Step 4. Enjoy OLAP in a browser The report isn’t simply published, it contains the OLAP functionality that the XLCubed add-in has become renowned for. You can perform member selection and drill-down, all within the browser environment.