The Object Report shows all Booking information associated with an Object within the time period selected in the Long Form. Depending on what variables are selected, the Object Report can be used to display Booked versus Used time, Time-report status, etc.
To generate the Object Report, click on the Object icon either in the Long Form or in the Hourline Display View and select “Reports.”
In the Print Designer, clicking Options will show the following for the Object Events Report Settings.
Show Days Without Events
By default, the system hides days without events. To display days without Bookings, enable this option.
Configure What Event Types To Show
Drag and drop the event types that you want to display in your report to the Selected area.
Configure What Objects In Events To Hide
After clicking, select the Objects that you want to hide, then click 'OK.'
In the example below, a Report is made showing all involved Objects apart from Editors/Operators. In the first screenshot, Anne (Editor) is displayed in the report in all events in which she is involved, but in the second screenshot, Anne is not shown after selecting all Editors/Operators in the option 'Configure What Objects In Events To Hide.'
Show Only Main Objects
When this option is enabled, only the Object which was initially selected to run a report on will be displayed. Involved Objects will not be shown.
Using the example above with this option enabled, only Avid 1 is displayed in the Report, because it is the Object that was initially selected to report on.
Object Report on Multiple Objects
To directly print out or create a report on multiple Objects for the selected time period, click on the Object Tree icon and select 'Reports' from the drop-down menu, then choose the appropriate sub-selection. In the following pop up window, select Objects to include and sort them as you want them to appear in the Report by clicking on the priority header name. Finally, click 'OK.'
In the Print Designer, create a Template or choose an existing one to format Report.
All of the options found in the Object Events Report Settings window, as explained above, also apply to the Multiple Objects Report.
A Maintenance Report can be generated by clicking on the Object icon and selecting “Maintenance”, then “Report.” When the Report opens in the Print Designer, various fields are available: Object Name, Object Class, In/Out Dates, Time, and Duration of maintenance, Header (typically used to enter reason for maintenance), Note field, etc.