Reporting Panes

In this section we explain the workspace of the Reporting module. The following panes are available:

Report Parameters Pane

 

 

Users can select specific search criteria to run a query. Once all of the selections are made, hit the “Run Query” button.

 

Batch Manger to Query - Query will be run on either Local or Shared batches.

 

 

Capture Profiles to Query - Query is run on the documents selected.

 

 

Query Parameters - Query can be filtered to include or exclude various data, based on dates, batch ID/name, batch status, or on a specified user.

 

 

Select Group By - User can select either Batch ID or Batch ID and User Name.

 

 

Selection Columns to Return

 

Batch Tab

Contains overall details of each batch, such as batch ID/name, date created/completed, and folder/document/page count, etc.

Capture Tab

Statistics on work performed in the Capture process, such as page/file capture, blank pages detected, and paper jams, etc.

QA Tab

Statistics on work performed in the QA process, such as documents spilt/combined, pages inserted/deleted, and documents rejected, etc.

Index Tab

Statistics on work performed in the Index process, such as documents indexed, indexing key strokes, and lookups processed, etc.

OCR Tab

Statistics on work performed in the OCR process, including folders/documents/pages processed and documents proofed.

Migration Tab

Statistics on work performed in the Migration process, including migrations performed and documents migrated.

Classification Tab

Statistics on work performed during the Classification process, including documents auto classified and classification elapsed time.

 

Query Results Pane

Presents the query results in a spreadsheet format.

 

 

 Epsilon - Brings up the “Select Summaries” dialog box, where mathematical functions such as sum, average, and count can be performed. The results are then displayed at the bottom of the report under Totals. NOTE: the Sum function is on by default.

Options Include:

  • Average
  • Count
  • Maximum
  • Minimum
  • Sum

 

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