The IBM COGNOS Active Report is a new type of report that was introduced in IBM Cognos Business Intelligence 10.1 that allows professional report authors to create interactive reporting applications as well as it combines data and layout into a single file. This file can be distributed and viewed offline, allowing reports to be reviewed “on the go”.
Active Reports also contain a great deal of animation and display functionality, making them ideal for dashboards and other high-level reports where style and graphical sophistication are important.
The basic components of an Active Report are the same as any other Report Studio report – lists, crosstabs, charts, etc. However, the way these components communicate and interact with each other is completely new. Designing an Active Report requires an understanding of these interactions, and of how Active Reports are generated by the Cognos report service.
The Active Report is an archived HTML (.MHT) file that can empower users in data exploration and analytics. The reports are similar to PDF files as they are static files with self-serving data.
For further learning please visit the following link: https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/data/library/cognos/reporting/active_report
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1) Save the report
2) Send the report via e-mail
3) Print the report
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