IBM® DB2® Web Query for i offers a set of modernized tools for a more robust, extensible and productive reporting solution than the popular Query for System i® (also known as Query/400) tool. DB2 Web Query for i preserves investments in the reports developed with Query/400 by offering a choice of importing definitions into the new technology or continuing to run existing Query/400 reports as is. But it also offer significant productivity and performance enhancements by leveraging the latest in DB2 for i query optimization technology.
DB2 Web Query offers features to import Query/400 definitions and enhance their look and functionality. It enables you to add OLAP-like slicing and dicing to the reports or to view reports in disconnected mode for users on the go.
This IBM Redpaper® publication provides a broad understanding of the new DB2 Web Query product. It entails a group of self-explanatory tutorials to help you get up to speed quickly. This redpaper is part of the complete redbook DB2 Web Query for i Implementation Guide - Version 2.1 - SG24-8063.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Assignment #10: Scheduling and Distribution of reports
1.1 Report Broker Overview
1.2 The Assignment
1.3 Configuring Report Broker
1.4 Schedule a simple report and distribute via Email
1.5 Schedule a report with parameters and distribute via Email
1.5.1 Create an Email Distribution List
1.5.2 Schedule the report
1.6 Schedule a report and distribute via DB2 Web Query
1.7 Schedule a report and distribute via FTP
1.8 Schedule a report and distribute via Printer
1.9 RUNBRSCHED command
1.10 Report Broker Console
Chapter 2. Assignment #11: Going Mobile
2.1 Mobile Access Assignment
2.2 Preparing Reports for Mobile Access.
2.3 Accessing Mobile Content using the Web Browser
2.4 Using Mobile Faves.
2.4.1 Installing Mobile Faves
2.4.2 Connecting to Reporting Server and running reports
2.4.3 Adding Aditional Reports to Mobile Favorites.
2.4.4 Saving Reports for Offline View.
2.5 Openning Reports Recevied via E-Mail
2.6 How to use Active Technologies on Mobile Devices
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