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    Informatica PowerAnalyzer 4.0 3 of 3 Informatica PowerAnalyzer 4.0 3 of 3 Presentation Transcript

    • Dashboard
    • DASHBOARD
      • Working with Dashboard
      • Working with Indicators
      • Working with Report Alerts
    • DASHBOARD - OVERVIEW
      • Dashboard provides an easy access to the enterprise data
      • Types of Dashboard
          • Public
          • Personal
      • Dashboard displays enterprise data in a container
      • Dashboard displays the following items in the container
          • Alerts
          • Indicators
          • Reports
          • Shared Document
    • WORKING WITH DASHBOARD - STEPS
      • 1.Select the layout and contents for the dashboard
      • 1.1 On the Dashboard tab, Click new Dashboard
      • Displays new dashboard
    • WORKING WITH DASHBOARD - STEPS
        • 1.2 Enter the name of the Dashboard
        • 1.3 To select Layout , Click Layout to be selected
        • 1.4 Click the Container where we add content
    • WORKING WITH DASHBOARD- STEPS
        • 1.5 Enter the name and description for the container (optional)
        • 1.6 In the Left Pane of work area, search for report, shared document that need to be displayed (Power Analyzer displays the list)
        • 1.7 Click Add for the indicator, report, shared document to add to the selected container
        • 1.8 To change the position , click Move content
        • 1.9 To Select another container, Click the select container button. Repeat steps 6 to 9
        • 1.10Click Save
    • WORKING WITH DASHBOARD - STEPS
      • 2.Preview a Dashboard
        • 2.1 On the dashboard page, Click preview
        • Preview page displays
    • WORKING WITH DASHBOARD - STEPS
        • 2.2 To change the type of gauge indicator , click the change gauge
        • 2.3 To change the size of a gauge or Char indicator, Click the change size link
        • 2.4 To publish a Dashboard , Click Publish
        • 2.5 To save , Click Save
    • WORKING WITH DASHBOARD - STEPS
      • 3. Publish a Public Dashboard
        • Defining Dashboard Properties
        • Set Dashboard Permission
    • INDICATORS - OVERVIEW
      • An indicator is a visual representation of a critical business metrics
      • Types of Indicators are
        • Chart Indicators: To see report data in a chart format
        • Table Indicators: To see report data in a tabular format
        • Gauge Indicators: To see metric value is within range
            • Circular
            • Flat
            • Digital
      • Types of users to access the Indicators
        • Public
        • Personal
    • WORKING WITH CHART AND TABLE INDICATORS- STEPS
        • 1. Open the report ( Report Displays on the Analyze tab)
        • 2. In the report table, select the metric values for the indicator
    • WORKING WITH CHART AND TABLE INDICATORS - STEPS
        • 3. Click Indicator (Indicator Tab Displays)
        • 4. Enter the Information required
        • 5. To Preview, Click Preview
        • 6. Click Ok
    • WORKING WITH GAUGE INDICATORS - STEPS
        • 1. Open the report ( Report Displays on the Analyze tab)
        • 2. In the report table, select the metric values for the indicator
    • WORKING WITH GAUGE INDICATORS - STEPS
        • 3. Click Indicator (Indicator Tab Displays)
        • 4. Enter the Information required
        • 5. To Preview, Click Preview
        • 6. Click Ok
    • REPORT ALERTS - OVERVIEW
      • Report alerts helps to receive notification about critical data in the reports
      • Report alerts are of two types
        • Report Update alerts :
          • Report update alerts are set for a cached report
          • Power Analyzer automatically creates a report update alert for each cached report
          • Status of the alert can be changed to active or Inactive
        • Data Alerts:
          • Data alerts allows to track a metric value in a cached, on-demand, or real time report
          • To set a data alert , we need to create a data rule
    • WORKING WITH REPORT ALERTS
      • Steps to set Data alerts
        • 1. Open the report for which alert need to be set
        • 2. In the report table, click the metric value for the alert
    • WORKING WITH REPORT ALERTS
        • 3. Click set alert (Alert Tab displays)
        • 4. Enter the Name of the alert
        • 5. From the selector operator list , select an operator for the alert rule
        • 6. From the selector operand type list , select an operand type for the alert rule
        • 7. Enter or select the value for operand
        • 8. Enter the other information required
        • 9. Click Ok
    • Administrating PowerAnalyzer 4.0
    • ADMINISTRATION
      • Managing Role, Users and Groups
      • Setting Permission and Restrictions
      • Managing Schedules
    • ROLES - OVERVIEW
      • Roles are assigning privileges to users and groups
      • Types of roles to assign privileges to users and groups
          • System role: Roles provided by Analyzer
          • Custom role: Roles and privileges created by administrator
    • MANAGING ROLES - STEPS
        • 1. Click Administration > Access Management >Roles (Custom Role menu displays)
        • 2. Click Add ( Role Page displays)
        • 3. Enter the required information
        • 4. From the assigned Privileges area , Select the Privileges to grant to new role
        • 5. Click Ok
    • MANAGING USERS - STEPS
        • 1.Click Administration > Access Management >Users
        • 2.Click Add ( User Page displays)
        • 3.Enter the required information
        • 4.To assign the user to a group, Select the group and click Add
        • 5.To assign a role to the user, Select the role and click Add
        • 6.Click Ok
    • MANAGING GROUPS - STEPS
        • 1.Click Administration > Access Management >Groups
        • 2.Click Add to add a top–level group
        • 3.Enter the required information for the group
        • 4.Select the roles for the group and click Add
        • 5.Click Ok
    • PERMISSION AND RESTRICTION - OVERVIEW
      • Analyzer has the following security options
      • Access permission: Restrict user to access to a folder or object in the repository
      • Data restriction: Restrict user or group to specific values
      • Password restriction: It restrict user from changing the password
    • ACCESS PERMISSION - STEPS
        • 1. Navigate to the repository object
        • 2. Click the permission button for the repository object( access permission page is displayed)
        • 3. Click Make a selection to search for a group or user
        • 4. Select the access permission you wan to include
        • 5. Click Ok to Save
    • DATA RESTRICTION- STEPS
        • 1. Navigate to the object
        • 2. Click the permission button of the object
        • 3. To create a data restriction for a group/user, click select group/user
        • 4. Select the group/user to restrict and click ok
        • 5. Click select an attribute
        • 6. Click Add
    • DATA RESTRICTION - STEPS
        • 7. Choose IN or NOTIN based on the user access on the attributes
        • 8. Click select Attributes values
        • 9. Select Attribute value
        • 10.Click Ok
        • 11.Click Add Restriction
        • 12.Click Ok to Save
    • PASSWORD RESTRICTION - STEPS
        • 1.Click Administration >Access Management > Users
        • 2.Click the User profile to edit
        • 3.Select Cannot change Password
        • 4.Click Ok
    • MANAGING SCHEDULE
      • Time Based Schedule
      • Event Based Schedule
    • TIME –BASED SCHEDULE
      • 1.Create Administration >Scheduling >Time-Based Schedules > Add
    • TIME –BASED SCHEDULE
        • 2.Enter the required Information
        • 3.Select a repeat option
        • 4.Select the repeat condition
        • 5.Click Ok
    • EVENT - BASED SCHEDULE
        • 1.Click Administration >Scheduling >Event –Based Schedules
        • 2.Click Add
        • 3.Enter the Name and Description for the schedule
        • 4.Click Ok