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CMS Report

CMS Report

CMS Report

Is there a way to create and combine a historical report from 2 different vector reports into one report in CMS? I am using CenterVue Supervisor v5.0.  

Any suggestion is greatly appreciated.


RE: CMS Report

Sure - use custom report menu item from terminal not supervisor. Go into custom reports, add a report and go into screen painter. From SP select 'get copy of design' (this is where you pull up the initial report you want to combine).  Determine what you want from both reports into a new custom report.


RE: CMS Report

Thanks Steve for your help!  I'll try it out and will post it back here to let you know how it goes.


RE: CMS Report

I've tried your suggestion, but it didn't work for me.  I went into Custom Report from the CMS console, create a new report (Historical) , and copy the Vector Interval (Standard)   report settings into the new report...but this only process 1 vector at a time.  What am I missing?  There isn't any other Custom Reports other than the one I created for this reporting purpose.

Please help.

RE: CMS Report

So do you just want one report for 2 different vectors?
If so try to type 2 vectors as report parameter. E.g. you type 111;112 (wich are both administered VDNs)instead of 111 when you launch report.

RE: CMS Report

When in screen painter select the DEFINE INPUT option.  This will cause another window to activate.  From this screen select FIND ONE.  When you do this data will appear in the fields.  Look at the last field called TYPE:.  Look and see if there is an X by the word VECTOR.  If not then select NEXT until there is an X by VECTOR.  Make sure the RANGE/LIST option is set to y.  If it is set to n then change it to y.  You will probably need to change the field columns also to 25.  I think 25 is the highest. Select MODIFY to save the changes.  Then save the report.  I believe that's all.   Hope it works for ya!



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