Banded layouts most often use the:
• Detail section
• custom grouping sections
What happens when you place attributes and metrics in the Detail section?
Data displays for each row that exists in the dataset
As a general rule, after you place an attribute in the Detail section, you should also do one of these?
• Place all other attributes into the Detail section
• Group by all attributes not placed in the Detail section
What does grouping do?
Creates custom bands, so that you can arrange and sort data in an easy-to-read layout
What is impacted by the order in which you place attributes into the Grouping panel?
The documents output
What makes most sense when choosing the attributes for the grouping section?
select those (attributes) that are at a higher level than those used in the Detail section
Which dataset objects are the only ones used for grouping?
grouping and sorting dataset
By default, what is the first dataset added to a document?
The grouping and sorting dataset
True or False:
You can reassign the grouping and sorting dataset as needed?
Headers and Footers are designed for:
• Labeling columns of data that display in the Detail section
• Displaying entire MicroStrategy grids or graphs
• Displaying totals and subtotals
Where would you place attribute dynamic text boxes and metric dynamic text boxes to predict their behavior?
headers and footers
Do Zone-based layouts use the Detail section?
How do you design Zone-based layouts?
by placing grids and/or graphs in a header or footer section
What section do Combined (Banded and Zone-based) layouts use custom headers and footers as well as grids/graphs within?
The Detail Header section
What happens when you place a grid/graph object into a custom header or footer?
The grid/graph calculates to the level of that header or footer