Getting Started Course

Getting Started with DataPA

The following series of video presentation aim to demonstrate the steps involved in getting started with DataPA. When you have completed the evalation, please take a few minutes to complete a getting started questionnaire.

Training Course: Getting Started

Lesson 1: Installation

A short run through the installation process.
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Lesson 2 - Configuring the AppServer

Quick guide to the changes required to be made to the Appserver setup for DataPA OpenAnalytics.
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Lesson 3: System, Links and Lookups

This clip shows the creation of a DataPA System, setting up links between related data, and the steps involved in creating Lookups.
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Lesson 4: Freeform Subjects

Video showing the creation of a basic freeform Subject.
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Lesson 5: Business Logic Subjects

Video showing the creation of a Subject based on a Progress AGL Business Logic Procedure.
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Lesson 6: Creating Dashboards

This video will demonstrate the steps to create a Dashboard showing an interactive view of customers.
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Lesson 7 - Publishing to DataPA Enterprise

A short presentation on publishing and managing published content with DataPA Enterprise.
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Lesson 8: Office Add-in

Use the DataPA Office Add-in to create a query to pull data into Microsoft Office applications.
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Lesson 9: Creating Reports

This video will demonstrate the steps to create a report of customers.
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Before you start

Download DataPA
To follow the course examples, you will need to install DataPA on your local machine. You can download a copy of the latest DataPA install from the link below.

Download OpenAnalytics

Please Note: Many of our technology partners will create documentation that is specific to the business application with which they distribute DataPA OpenAnalytics. As such, if you have purchased DataPA OpenAnalytics through one of our partners, please check with them first to see if they provide documentation that is more specific to the business application you are using.