IMOS makes many objects and transactions available to you on lists and summaries. You can open all the lists to which you have access from the IMOS7 menu. The Reports list is on the menu, and the rest are on the Lists submenu in alphabetical order within module groupings. You can also access the lists from the module centers.
On most IMOS lists, you can modify the contents and format of a list in the following ways:
- Create a report
- Import and export data
- Filter list data
- Create and use different List Views.
- Search columns quickly with Quick Search. Click and then click Quick Search. Once enabled for a list, it stays enabled whenever you log in.
- Select columns to display
- Rearrange column sequence and width
- Filter columns
- Sort columns
Creating a Report
To create a report of the data displayed, do one of the following:
- Click .
- Right-click a column heading and click Show Report.
Importing and Exporting Data
To import or export the data that is currently displayed, click and then click one of the following:
- Export Data to CSV
- Export Data to XML
Some lists have additional options, such as importing and exporting configuration flags on the Configuration Flag List.
Filtering List Data
Filtering by Selecting
Some lists have filters at the top that you can select from:
Click the filter and select a value:
Date selection lists can include the following:
- Relative times, such as This Week, From Last Week on, Last Quarter, etc.
- Custom, where you can enter a custom date or date range:
- Use Fiscal Calendar check box (at the end of the list), to use the fiscal year.
- Specific dates , where you can either type a date or click the calendar and select a date.
Filtering with Logical Operations
Some lists have filters on the right, where you can use logical operations to filter particular columns in the list.
To open the filters, click .
To filter by a column, click its list button and select an operation. Then enter a value in the field.
To close the filters, click .
Using Quick Search
Similar to filtering, you can perform a Quick Search of items in a list, with a Search field in each column.
Click and then click Quick Search.
Selecting Columns to Display
Select the columns you want to see in a list, so that those you do not need are out of the way.
- Right-click a column heading and click Select Columns.
- In Select Columns:
- Select check boxes for the columns you want to see.
- Clear any selected check boxes for columns you do not want to see.
- Click OK.
Rearranging Column Sequence and Width
- Change the sequence of columns, so you can most easily see those you work with most, and you can still access those you need less frequently: Click a column heading and drag the column to where you want it.
- Change the width of a column: Place your pointer at the right end of the column heading. When the pointer becomes a double-headed arrow, drag it to move the split line.
Filter the columns to exclude the data you do not need to work with. The filter values for a column include the values that remain after other column filters have been applied.
Note: Quick Search must be disabled to do this.
- To filter a column, right-click its heading and click Filter Values.
- In the Column Filter:
- Select check boxes for the values you want to see.
- Clear any selected check boxes for values you do not want to see.
- Select or clear the Select All check box to select all or none; you can then select or clear individual check boxes.
- Click OK.
- To clear a filter, right-click the column heading and click Clear Filter.
- To clear all filters, right-click any column heading and select Clear All Filters.
Sort columns, so that you can see the data in the sequence you need to work with. To sort a column:
- In ascending order, either click the column heading or right-click and click Sort Ascending.
- In descending order, either click the column heading again or right-click and click Sort Descending.
- To sort using multiple columns, click the heading of the primary sort column, then hold down Shift and click the heading of the secondary sort column.
An arrow in the sorted column points in the direction of the sort.