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First I must thank Karsten RUF Viswanathan Ramakrishnan Donnie McMillan Ingo Hilgefort for all of their help via ASUG and the BI4 Elite training (thank you too Jens Koerner for BI4 Elite)

During BI4 Elite training Donnie McMillan walked us through how to set up BI4 Mobile BI 4.4.  Because BI4 Elite training was done via the iPads it was totally hands on.

Here are some of my experiments back at the office – please note I am very new to using Web Intelligence, so this is my first try (I have a lot to learn).  This Web Intelligence report contained 6 report tabs.

After saving my Web Intelligence report to the Mobile Category in the launchpad, I logged on to MobI BI 4.4 via the iPad to launch the report.  See my screen shots below:

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This graph turned out nicely and I must say I like the way it looks better on the iPad than in the Launchpad.

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This one the labels cut off, so it shows I have a lot to learn when placing Web Intelligence on the iPad.

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On the figure above it seems to be skipping every other label.  I am sure it is a user error on my part, being new to both Web Intelligence and Mobile BI.

Note that this also works on the iPhone, but the navigation changes

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Now I need to click the – to see the table, and it is only showing every other label on the X axis.

I look forward to learning more in 2013.


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