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Task Design

Work within the GIM Suite 4 interface, Arena, to build interactive dashboards and reports composed of elements such as data grids, maps, charts and logs (with new design capabilities) for a better end-user experience.

Who benefits?

Database managers who responsible for creating and maintaining Arena workspaces.

Learning Outcomes
1. Demonstrate how to design and manage a task. 

  • Discuss the fundamental concepts related to designing a task:
    • Task templates i.e. Blank and Scaled log
    • Data library
    • Data view
    • Data mode
    • Design mode
    • Controls (types and properties)
    • Expressions and where they are used
  • Demonstrate how to work in the Data mode i.e. selecting/adjusting the data to display in the task, including adding calculated fields.
  • Demonstrate how to work in the Design mode i.e. adding the following controls, customising and binding their properties.
    • Input controls
    • Data grid
    • Map
    • Log
    • Charts
    • Images, gauges and attachment
  • Demonstrate how to import, export, migrate, duplicate and delete tasks.

2. Demonstrate how to design a scaled log.  

  • Demonstrate how to create and configure a scaled log.

3. Demonstrate how to create and manage workspaces. 

  • Demonstrate how to set up a workspace with categories and tasks.
  • Demonstrate how to manage user permissions on a workspace.

 

You can participate in this unit at one of these upcoming courses:
26 - 27 Aug 2019
Task Design (208)
Santiago,
Chile
29 - 30 Aug 2019
Task Design (208)
Brisbane,
Australia
29 - 30 Aug 2019
Task Design (208)
Calgary,
Canada
12 - 13 Sep 2019
Task Design (208)
Applecross,
Australia
14 - 15 Nov 2019
Task Design (208)
Santiago,
Chile
Code
208
Duration
2 days
Medium
Face-to-face
Virtual Classroom
Prerequisites
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