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Datalizer Administrator's Guide

Dr.Sum Datalizer is an application that summarizes and analyzes Dr.Sum Server data from a client computer by using a Web browser or Microsoft Excel. "Datalizer Administrator's Guide" describes the overview of Dr.Sum Datalizer, and various settings and operations on Datalizer Server.

Manual framework

The manual framework is as follows.

Chapter

Primary target audience *1

Contents

Chapter 1. Overview of Datalizer

  • Administrator

  • Developer

This chapter describes the overview of Dr.Sum Datalizer.

Chapter 2. Setting

  • Administrator

This chapter describes the various settings for Datalizer Server.

Chapter 3. Operation

  • Administrator

This chapter describes how to operate Datalizer Server.

Chapter 4 Using MotionBoard Data Source

  • Administrator

  • Developer

This section describes the functional differences and points to note regarding extraction conditions when using the MotionBoard data source.

Chapter 4. Error codes

  • Administrator

  • Developer

This chapter describes the error codes of Datalizer Server.

*1 For details, see "Target audience".

Target audience

This manual is intended for the following audience.

Target audience

Assumption

Administrator

Personnel who set up, operate, and maintain the system, serving as a point of contact for users. This manual presumes that they have knowledge about servers and networks.

User

They perform summarization and analysis of data using Dr.Sum Datalizer and create definition files for summarization and analysis. This manual presumes that some users have only limited usage and use only a subset of the Dr.Sum functions such as importing data. This guide presumes that they can perform basic operations with Windows and Microsoft Office products.

Developer

This manual presumes that developers cover the entire process from designing Dr.Sum databases, setting batch processes to creating definition files for summarization and analysis according to the usage purposes. This manual presumes that they have knowledge about databases, BI, and programming.