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 Let’s see how we can use the variables to store temporary data or use for calculation.  This is achieved using  “xdoxslt:” function. These are the BI Publisher extension of standard xslt functions.   Use xdoxslt:set_variable () function to set /initialize the variable  and xdoxslt:get_variable() function to get the variable value.  $_XDOCTX…
 If we need the grouping, it is always advisable to generate the XML as per the required hierarchy. This makes the RTF design simple and perform better.  But there are situation when we do not have control over XML structure and need to work on flat XML.  Lets see how…
In this blog I am going to explain how to generate Table of Contents with links to their respective page in RTF template dynamically. BI Publisher provides the ability to create dynamic section headings in your document from the XML data. You can then incorporate these into a Table of…
In this blog I am going to explain how we can use links in BIP report to open another BIP report with dynamic values. For example: Report1: In this report we have purchase details of goods in all states in a country. Report2: Displays City level purchase details for a…
Using some arithmetic along with the mod() and floor() functions, you can calculate the quarter of a fiscal year based on a given date. The calculation we will use assumes that the fiscal year begins on the first of the month, and not some other day. We will first demonstrate this for a fiscal…
As we display the measures as columns in a table, we can also modify this display structure in output to display these measure columns as rows. Consider below XML <GROUP_PERCENTAGE>     <PERCENTAGE>                 <DEPARTMENT>CSE</DEPARTMENT>                 <CRETERIA>PASSPERCENTAGE</CRETERIA>     …
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