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Components of a Linked Report

更新日期: 2010年7月

適用於: System Center Operations Manager 2007

Each linked report is defined by the properties listed in the following table. The process of designing and creating a linked report primarily involves setting and modifying these properties.

 

Base Report

Each linked report has a report that it is based on. The base report defines the contents and formatting of the report. It has a set of parameters that the linked report must provide values for.

Any report can be a base report for a linked report. The generic reports are specifically designed for this purpose. They are the focus of this documentation.

Target Class

A linked report can have a target class although one is not required. If a target class is defined, the linked report is listed in the Actions pane of the Operations console when one or more instances of the target class are selected. If you select the report from the Actions pane, the selected instances are included in the Object XML Picker control of the report. If the report does not have a target class, it can only be run from the Reporting pane.

Parameter Block and Parameters

Most reports have parameters that each require a value for the report to run. The linked report is required to provide a value for each of the parameters required by its base report. These values can either be included with the linked report or the user provides them when running or scheduling the linked report.

Values that should be hardcoded by the linked report without requiring the user to provide them are included in parameters. Those values that the user should be able to select are defined by the linked report in parameter blocks. Each report’s parameter block defines one or more controls that the user sees when the report opens. Each control provides the value for one or more parameters based on input from the user.

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