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==Related documents==
 
==Related documents==
* Link to relate document 1
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*[[Specifying the order of the tables in an InfoEx report]]
* Link to relate document 2
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*[[Grouping of observations within tables]].
  
 
==Functionality tested by==
 
==Functionality tested by==

Revision as of 15:08, 29 October 2013

REQUIREMENTS
Permission All user levels
Connectivity Online only

This page shows you how to customize an InfoEx report to include only the observations you require

Background

Users can specify the tables included the InfoEx report and order them as desired.

Available tables include:

  • Mesages
  • Avalanche observations
  • Field summary
  • Avalanche summary
  • Snowpack observations
  • Terrain
  • Weather observations
  • Avalanche problems
  • Avalanche hazard
  • Snowpack description
  • Persistent weak layers

The following information assumes you are logged in to the InfoEx application, you have selected an operation (if you have more than one valid operation) and you have selected 'Reports' on the main application menu.

Step-by-step description

1.
Fig. 1: How to access the available tables
To access the available tables select the 'settings' icon on the upper right of the 'Reports' page (fig. 1).
2.
Fig. 2: Available tables for the InfoEx report
A dropdown menu will appear offering selections for the layout, grouping, and table types for the report that will be produced (Fig.2). For a description of layout and grouping options see: Specifying the order of the tables in an InfoEx report and Grouping of observations within tables.
3. Activate the desired tables for your InfoEx report by clicking on their label. Activated tables will appear in full contrast, deactivated tables will appear greyed out. You may adjust the ordering of the tables by dragging the labels into the desired sequence. Once you are satisfied with your selection select Okay. The selected tables will immediately appear.
4.
Fig.3: Saving the InfoEx report as a view
To preserve this report (including the tables, dates, and locations) select the down arrow beside the report name (fig. 3). You can create and name a new report by selecting 'save current view' and 'save as new'.
5.
Fig.4: Naming the new InfoEx report view
Select a descriptive name for the InfoEx report and select Ok (fig. 4). The report view is now saved and available on the list of report views that appears when you select the down arrow beside the report name.


Related documents

  • Link to relate document 1
  • Link to relate document 2

Functionality tested by

  • Date: Oct. 29: John Kelly / QA Server / Test Version 0.32.00)

Related documents

Functionality tested by

  • Oct 29: John Kelly / QA Server / Test Version 0.32.00