Modifying an existing InfoEx report template
This page describes how an existing customized InfoEx report template can be modified.
InfoEx allows users to fully customized InfoEx reports with respect to content (dates, locations, observation types, observation parameters, and observation characteristics) and layout (order of tables, grouping of observations, sorting of observations, report format).
Alterations to an existing report template can be preserved as a new report template without altering the existing template, or you can overwrite existing report templates with modified ones.
|1.||To modify an existing report template, load the template by selecting it from the REPORTS menu and modify its content and layout as you wish.|
|2.||Manage button to the right of the name label of the original report template (Fig. 1).
You have two options for saving the new report template:
|3.||Ok to save the template (Fig. 2).|
|4.||The definition of the new report template has now been saved to the server and is immediately available under the REPORTS menu. You can also use the template through the report workflow module and subscribe to have it emailed to you as a PDF report.|
- Specifying the date or date range of an InfoEx report
- Restricting the locations included in an InfoEx report
- Specifying the tables to be included in an InfoEx report
- Adding or removing columns of individual tables in an InfoEx report
- Applying filters to individual tables in an InfoEx report
- Including or excluding proprietary information in an InfoEx report
Managing report templates
- Saving a report as an InfoEx report template
- Modifying an existing InfoEx report template
- Deleting an existing InfoEx report template
- Signing up for the daily InfoEx report emails
Viewing report templates
- Operation overview
- Avalanche observations
- Avalanche hazard
- Snow Profiles
- Field summary
- Weather observations
- Time slider (used for all map layers)
- Additional external information sources
Functionality tested by
- Jan 1, 2014: Pascal Haegeli