Previous step : Excel Dashboards – 2
Create Dashboard and Table portlet
Once connected, it will show you a list of action items to pick from
We will click on “New Blank Dashboard“
In the Dashboard Name, we type in “Order Management Analytics”
It will present you with a table browser showing all the available worksheets as tables
Expand the node to see all the worksheets.
In this example file, we just have one worksheet named “order_data”. Note how, it attaches a $ sign at the end, which indicates this is an Excel Worksheet.
So make sure you do not have any dollar sign when naming the Excel worksheet and no other special characters and no white or blank characters. Replace blank characters with “_” underscore character
Double Click on the “order_data$” node
Click on the “* alias=ord” item at the very top to select all the items
You may change the name of any column or any other property such as sort and group by.
We will leave it as it is and click on the “Create Table” button.
This action creates a Table Portlet (Qlet) in the Dashboard canvas
We will use this Qlet as our basic building block for the following exercise