By default, when you create a chart, it fills the frame in which it is run, and risers and other sections within the chart are sized accordingly. This makes the chart flexible, allowing it to run in large and small containers alike without sacrificing the appearance and legibility of the chart. This automatic sizing also means that you do not need to manually set any size properties for the chart.
The following topic provides all the information that you need to know about this release of WebFOCUS.
How to Test for Tech Preview Localization Features Before Running the 8207.28 Upgrade in Place Operation
If your organization installed a Tech Preview of the ApplicationProperties, DescriptionProperties, or TagProperties feature before upgrading to WebFOCUS Release 8.2.07.28.00, you must remove these features, the Tech Preview flags, and any data associated with them before you can run the upgrade to 8207.28.00.
When a chart or report contains a large number of distinct values, it may be difficult to quickly evaluate the most significant values. One way to automatically highlight important information is to use condition styling. Conditional styling is a feature that allows you to apply special formatting to values in a chart or report that match your specified criteria.
To apply conditional styling to applicable values in a chart or report, right-click the field whose values you want to conditionally style, and click Conditional Styling.
Dynamic parameter filters, such as prompted filters, allow users to personalize and customize their view of your content by selecting which values display at run time. Field list parameters take this filtering behavior one step further, allowing users to select which fields display at run time, giving them even more control over the information that displays in your chart or report.
Using Instant Insights, you can easily run advanced analyses on your data to generate visualizations and narratives.
And you don’t have to be a data scientist to do it.
You can access Instant Insights from the start page in the following ways.
Click the plus menu, and then click Get Data to upload or connect to a data file, or click Create Visualizations and select an existing data file.
Let’s visualize existing data.
Click Create Visualizations.
Select a data source from the dialog box.
TIBCO WebFOCUS provides an intuitive search functionality that allows you to quickly access content across the repository.
The Search text bar can be found in the Home, Workspaces, and Portals areas of the start page.
To run a simple search query, start typing a keyword inside the text bar. Notice that the drop-down list immediately offers suggestions based on the characters you entered.
This video introduces the newly redesigned start page, which provides navigation to all areas of TIBCO WebFOCUS, serving as a unified tool for authoring and administration.
Each workspace in the repository comes with the private My Content folder. Whenever you create content inside the My Content folder, it automatically displays in the My workspace view of the Home area. This content remains private and only visible to you unless you share it with other users and groups. You can share content in one of two ways:
TIBCO WebFOCUS provides an intuitive search functionality that allows you to quickly access content across the repository. Using a text bar found in the Home, Portals, and Workspaces areas of your WebFOCUS start page, you can enter a search term to quickly display all content items that match that term. The interactive search engine updates the suggestions as you type, so you can find the desired item fast.
With the WebFOCUS search feature, you can: