13. The Web Application Designer (WAD) allows which of the following to be displayed in a Web browser?
a) Query results in a table.
b) A corporate logo
c) Bar charts.
d) Links to other reports.
e) All of the above.
The Web Application Designer (WAD) is very similar to a standard Web publishing tool like Microsoft FrontPage. It allows any generic Web content such as images, text and HTML links to be added alongside BW-specific objects like data tables and filter boxes. The WAD allows multiple queries to be inserted into a single Web page. When it's published, the Web application can be referenced by a standard URL address.
This was first published in April 2006