Let’s review the core components of a report’s layout.
- Row fields determine the rows in a report. For example, in an Order Summary by Cost Center report, each unique cost center becomes its own row.
- Column fields dictate the columns in a report. Using Ordered Date (Year) as an example, the years 2015 and 2016 each become a column.
- Page fields act as filters on the other fields. You can use page fields to constrain the report’s data or drag them into the report to become a row or column field.