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Help me (New to Microstrategy)

Help me (New to Microstrategy)

Help me (New to Microstrategy)

I am learning Microstrategy7.1.
I am trying to put the stuff what i understand from the material. Pls correct if i am mistaken.

MSTR DESKTOP: it is a combination of Agent, Architect and Administrator where we can bulid a project based on our Datawarehouse project. You can also create Database Instances and Create users and Groups. Once you create a Project you can create a Reports( MyownReports , Public Reports) based on your Project.
     Once you create a Report you can register the Particular report (lets call TestReport) in Intelligence server to keep available for Web users. So the Web users will log into the MSTR WEB and they can look for this Report.
Is my understanding is right or am i missing some where?
Where SDK comes into a picture?
What MSTR Agent and MSTR Architecture will do?
Can anyone help me in this regard, because i have been reading the Microstrategy materials on the Website, but i am not very clear about the concepts.

Any help is highly appriciated.


RE: Help me (New to Microstrategy)

any report built in desktop is automatically available in web.  no need to register unlike other products.

Architect maps your data schema to your logical business model.

Agent lets you create reports.

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