Passing Context from Scorecards to other Report Views

The PerformancePoint Monitoring Server scorecards have several available fields that can be passed to other report views within a dashboard. When viewing a scorecard in the Dashboard Designer you see these listed in the Available Fields list of the scorecard. As seen in the above screenshot, there are many different fields that can be passed…

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Working with the Monitoring CSS Files to Adjust Settings in Deployed Dashboards

PerformancePoint Monitoring server has a few style sheets that can be adjusted in order to modify settings in your deployed dashboards. For example, when exporting a dashboard using the standard CSS file settings you will see a screen similar to the one below: However, you may want to set the dashboard and page list, filter…

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Connecting Dashboard Filters to Excel Services Pivot Table Report Filters

When integrating Excel Services spreadsheets into your dashboards you will want to connect any report filters used in live pivot tables up to the filters on your dashboard so that the dashboard filter can drive the pivot table filter. The series of steps below will guide you in setting up this scenario. 1. First, you…

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Indicator Filtering – Best Practices

You may have already noticed this when designing and deploying your scorecards – the scorecard filtering by status is dependent on the indicator. For example, take a look at the following scorecard; there are both target indicators (stoplights) and trend indicators (arrows). When selecting the filter status for the scorecard, you are presented with a…

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