What is Pega Sub Report in Report Definition?

 Pega Sub Report is a Report Definition feature that enables users to create a master report and derive achild orsub-report from the main report for additional granularity. The sub-report provides additional context and detail to the primary report, and helps identify and analyze data more efficiently by allowing users to drill down into the results.

A Pega Sub Report is a subsection of a Report Definition that enables the user to add additional predefined or customized data to a report. Sub Reports can either be inserted into the report itself or created as standalone reports that are linked to a larger report. They can also be used to link data from multiple sources into one report. Sub Reports can contain drill-down functionality and provide interactive functionality such as sorting and filtering.

Pega Sub Report is a report definition feature within the Report Definition ruleset of Pegasystems that enables users to create "subreports". Subreports enable the user to create, modify, and manage subcomponents of a report, such as graphs, charts, and different inquiries. This allows users to create visually appealing, sophisticated reporting applications that can be used to gain intelligence on their data. Pega Sub Report can be used to easily nest reports and build complex reports with multiple layers. It helps to reduce coding time and coding complexity as the reports can be created by dragging and dropping the required fields.

Pega Sub Report in Report Definition is a type of Pega report that provides a secondary data set for a primary report. A subreport is useful for making reports that include information from two databases, when data from one source needs to be cross referenced with data from another source. For example, an organization may want to run a report that shows information from an account database and an inventory database. The primary report will pull data from the account database, while a subreport will pull data from the inventory database. The two reports will then be combined, allowing the organization to create a report that provides the desired output.

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