Crosstab reports provide another perspective on the same data you see in the list report. It show information in a more compact form than in a grouped list.
They are dimensional objects that have row edges and column edges. Each edge is composed of a set of crosstab nodes. Each crosstab node contains the following:
A crosstab report shows a measure at the intersection of each row and column.
This is useful for showing more information in a smaller area.
For example, if a report shows Product line as columns, Country as rows, and Quantity as the measure, the value at the intersection of each column and row shows the quantity of units sold for that product line and that country.
Order year (Column )
—————————————————————————— Product Type(Rows) Revenue (Measure) (
Product Line (Nested
Order year, order month Quantity (Measure ) (Nested on rows) (Total )
(Union on columns)
Order Year, Order Method Revenue
(Union on rows) ( Measure)
Type between Order Year and Order Method
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