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Old 09-28-2015, 09:11 AM
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Default IPOCC Report 'Period' and 'Output' Tabs


After looking in the docs, I have questions on interpreting the 2 tabs in Historical Reports. Specifically, my customer would like to schedule reports to generate/export weekly on Monday AM with daily data for Mon-Fri from the week before. We have the export and scheduling working okay but the start and end dates/days stay as originally set in Basic Data. So without any intervention, the report runs as desired but with the same days information each time. We would like them to increment so the created report runs automatically each Monday for the previous week's worth of data. I either am not interpreting the fields correctly or it is not possible and the customer must adjust the start and end dates in Period every week. It kind of negates the usefulness for them to be able to schedule the report since they have to adjust it every week. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance!
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