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==iReport Basics==__NOEDITSECTION__
iReport uses standard reporting terms to refer to the basic building blocks of a report templates
*'''Data Sources''': Data sources in iReport refer to the connection between the report template and the {{IMSMANG}} database. Each iReport template will have one data source. Data sources in iReport generally refer to items in {{IMSMANG}} such as Land, Activity, Education, Accident, Victim, etc.Available data sources include:{| class="wikitable"|-|Accident || MRE |-|Assistance Classification || MRE Detail |-|Cause Classification || Needs Assessment Classification |-|Field Report || Ordnance |-|Gazetteer || Organisation |-|Geopoint || Place |-|Geospatialinfo || QM |-|Hazard || Question |-|Hazard Device || Received MRE |-|Hazard Reduction || Task |-|Hazard Reduction Device || Victim |-|Impact Survey || Victim Assistnace |-|Interviewee || Work Item |-|Link ||  |}
*'''Fields''': Fields in iReport refer to individual IMSMA data elements that are available from a data source. Fields are denoted in iReport using the following syntax '''''$F{fieldname}''''' (e.g. '''''$F{guid}'''''). Each data source contains a list of available fields.
*'''Variables''': Variables in iReport are created within the iReport template to manipulate or calculate data. Using variables, users can create calculations such as sums, counts, averages, or other totals. Variables are denoted in iReport using the following syntax '''''$V{variablename}''''' (e.g. '''''$V{SumAreaSize}'''''). Variables can use field and/or parameter data.

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