1. On the tree view, click the plus sign beside Tables under the data mart containing the table on which you want to base a snapshot table.
  2. Right-click on a table, select New Snapshot Table. The Snapshot Wizard Fields Screen appears.
  3. The Available Fields in the selected table appear on the left. Use the arrow buttons to move the fields into the Selected Fields box.
  4. Click Next. The Name screen appears.
  5. Enter a Snapshot Name and a Description.
  6. Click Finish. The snapshot table now appears in the tree view for the selected table.


You can now use the snapshot table in reports.

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