This course is designed as a starting
point for someone who has had some experience with the NPR Report
Writer. It is designed as a continuation from our Fundamentals series.
The Fundamental series focuses on the data access tool components
(multiples, control structures macros, etc.) while this Financial/BAR
series focuses on report topics (account balance, month end, statistics
etc.) reporting and an understanding of the Fundamental topics is
While the Fundamental series is not a prerequisite for taking
these courses you will need to understand how to use the various
access tools presented in the corresponding Fundmanental level.
See the Fundmentals Level I for more info. Link Here: Fundmentals
If you have never seen an NPR Report Writer screen before then
you need to start at the Fundamental Introduction level where we
cover the most basic keystrokes and page navigation.
Data Flow & Structures
We look at the data storage components and the flow of data within
the module with a view to giving you an idea of how it all works.
|Account Balance Reporting
We use examples to introduce the issues and challenges regarding
account balances and related calculations.
|Batch Transaction Reporting
You will need to report on things at the transaction
level. The trick is to start in the right place and we explore these
issues with two examples and a data structure review.
|Late Charge Reporting
Let's face it, not everything happens exactly when it
should and you will need to identify and report on the exceptions.
Daily and Monthly Statistics Reportng
Lets face it, it will not be too long before someone asks you
for a statistics report of some kind. Here we cover the issues
and challenges of daily and monthly reporting.
You know this one is important..So you need to "know"
how to do them....By Corp, dept, insurance and charge procedure.