In Report Studio, an author creates a list report containing columns for Staff Name, Order number,
and Revenue. The author wants to burst this report to various sales staff members. Each member
should see only data relating to sales they have made. What must the author do to specify that the
burst report output will contain only data for the appropriate sales staff member?
Which statement is true about using a burst key to burst reports?
An author creates a report for bursting. In Report Studio, the author sets the burst type for the
report to Directory entries. In Cognos Connection, the author sets the run options to burst the
report and send the report by email. If the email addresses for the burst recipients are accessible
by IBM Cognos BI, what is the expected result?
In Report Studio, when would the author need to unlock cells on a report?
In Report Studio, an author creates a report using Package A. Users should be able to drill
through to target reports created for this package. What must the author do?
In Report Studio, which variable requires the author to create values?
In Report Studio, an author wants the report title to appear in the language in which the report is
run. What property of the report header must the author define to create this variable?
In Report Studio, an author creates a weekly sales report and modifies the global class settings in
the report. Which reports will this modification affect?
An author creates a report in Report Studio. The report contains a parameter for the Product line
query item. The author wants to let users drill through to this report from a variety of reports
created using the GO Data Warehouse (query) package. To ensure that this target report contains
data for the appropriate products, the author wants to limit the report cells that users can drill
through from in source reports. What must the author do when creating the drill-through definition?
In Report Studio, when creating a list report, what is the difference between creating a section and
creating a header?