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Create reports and scorecards by using Dashboard Designer

Published: July 8, 2010

Using PerformancePoint Dashboard Designer, you can create many kinds of reports for your dashboard. Examples of report types include analytic charts and grids, Excel Services reports, strategy maps, and many other kinds of reports.

To learn more about the different kinds of reports that you can create, see Learn about PerformancePoint report types (http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9736440).

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Read the following articles to learn how create reports for your PerformancePoint dashboard.

Task Article

Create a scorecard that contains one or more key performance indicators (KPIs).

Create a scorecard by using Dashboard Designer

Create an analytic chart or grid that uses SQL Server Analysis Services data.

Create an analytic chart or grid by using Dashboard Designer

Create a KPI Details report that is connected to a scorecard to display information about KPI values and properties in a dashboard.

Create a KPI Details report by using Dashboard Designer

Create a PerformancePoint Web Part to display an existing ProClarity Server report.

Create a ProClarity Server report by using Dashboard Designer

Create a PerformancePoint Web Part to display an existing SQL Server Reporting Services report.

Create a Reporting Services report by using Dashboard Designer

Create a PerformancePoint Web Part to display an existing Excel Services report.

Create an Excel Services report by using Dashboard Designer

Create a PerformancePoint Web Part to display an existing Web site in a dashboard, either as a single item on the page or as an item alongside other dashboard items.

Create a Web Page report by using Dashboard Designer

Create a strategy map that is connected to a scorecard to show relationships between objectives, goals, and key performance indicators (KPIs).

Create a strategy map by using Dashboard Designer

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