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MicroStrategy Mobile
Is an integrated component of the MicroStrategy BI platform that enables you to deploy
Mobile deployment consists of two main components:
The MicroStrategy Mobile *server* that delivers the BI
MicroStrategy Mobile Clients also referred to as apps
Are applications that you install on your mobile device
MicroStrategy Mobile for iPad "Home Screen"
When MicroStrategy Mobile for iPad opens, the Home screen
*Home* - displays the list of projects.
The default buttons enable you to do the following:
Browsing Project Objects
MicroStrategy Mobile apps enable you to access BI data in two major ways:
Tap the Refresh icon
To update (reconcile) the list of subscriptions
[RSSH]
MicroStrategy Mobile for iPhone *default* "Home Screen" contains the following buttons:
Analyzing Grids
You can view reports in Grid view and Graph view on the iPhone and iPad.
Interacting with Graphs
The MicroStrategy Mobile app displays all graph types supported by MicroStrategy.
Interacting with Page-by Elements
If the report contains page-by attributes, the attribute elements display
Sorting Data in a Grid
To sort data, *tap the column header to enable the Sort menu*.
Drilling
You can drill on grids by *tapping the attribute element or a metric value on a grid, or the data
To "Drill" on on an..
- *iPad* - if drilling is enabled for an attribute, the Drill Anywhere menu displays when
Switching Between Panels
Simply place your finger in the center of a panel and swipe right or left to view
Navigating Between Layouts in Documents
In MicroStrategy Mobile for iPad and iPhone, you can navigate between
Viewing Information Windows
Enable you to view additional information about an element by tapping an element
Portrait and Landscape Orientations
With your mobile device, you can often display a grid, graph, or document
Incremental Fetch in Grid Reports and Documents
By default, each grid screen displays 200 rows or 1 page of data
[TMII]
iPhone and iPad Widgets
[MGCH]
iPad *only* Widgets
iPhone *only* Widget
RSS Reader Widget
Time Series Widget
Enables you to view data as an interactive line graph with one or multiple data series
With a Map Widget you can
Mark points of interest on the map using different out-of-the-box markers.
Interactive Grid Widget
Displays attribute and metric data as a fixed-size grid.
Image Viewer Widget
Enables you to view and navigate images in MicroStrategy Mobile for iPhone or iPad.
Microcharts Widget
Enables you to visualize trends in metric values at a quick glance.
Heat Map Widget
Displays attribute elements as rectangles with areas relative to a metric value.
Calendar Widget
Displays daily events in a *Month*, *Week*, or *Day* view
RSS Reader Widget
Displays Web content updated and delivered in the RSS (Really Simple Syndication) data
Only two types of prompts available in Mobile
Element List Prompt (calendar for dates, else list of values).
Advanced Prompt Visualizations
Geo Location Style
Opening Other Apps in Documents Using Links
A document can interact with applications that are stored on your
Exporting Screenshots
MicroStrategy Mobile for iPhone and iPad can share images of reports and documents through
Viewing PDFs
MicroStrategy Mobile for iPad supports PDF viewing directly from the app.
Interacting with MicroStrategy Visual Insight Analyses
You can interact with a VI analysis in your iPad with the
text boxes
Value Prompts can be displayed as ..
Configuring the MicroStrategy Mobile Apps
There are two ways to configure your MicroStrategy Mobile apps to
Remote Configuration Screen
iPhone/iPad Settings - enables administrators to define memory, network
Manual Configuration
Each Mobile user can also configure their MicroStrategy Mobile app manually from their
Latency Detection and Progress Bar
MicroStrategy Mobile monitors network latency between your mobile device
[DNSCH]
Mobile Security
Data Storage
Data stored on iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 is encrypted by default. This encryption mechanism cannot
Network Communication
Secure data transfer between MicroStrategy Mobile apps and MicroStrategy Mobile server
Secure Application Authentication
Standard Authentication—Profiles are stored securely in the
Confidential Project Authentication
When you reenter the app, you make the users retype the password.
HTTPS with Mutual Authentication
Requires all mobile devices to be registered with the MicroStrategy
Enterprise Deployment
Involves deploying MicroStrategy Mobile apps internally, without using the Apple App
[FTT]
Types of Navigational Styles
Linking to Other Reports or Documents
Linking from reports using *Links Editor*
Links Editor
The following prompt answer methods are supported between the source and target:
Linking from Documents Using URL API
When you include hyperlinks that point to reports or documents in
Passing Dynamic Prompt Answers
Passing Prompt answers to Attribute Element Prompts
Creating Information Windows
Attribute element-based information windows display additional data about an
Considerations for Image Usage
When defining hyperlinks on images, consider using the following techniques:
Methods for using images as links
Creating A Separate Image for Each Hyperlink
Fit to Window property
Enables you to display the same grid report in both the portrait and layout
Optimized for layout for micro application
You cannot zoom in on the document if it has been "optimized for
Supported Geospatial Data Types
A *geospatial point*— is typically stored in the warehouse as a single