MOBIDI Office meets most of your needs with its powerful dashboards. Please check Dashboards for more information. When dashboards are not enough you can use HTML or EXCEL reports. Excel and HTML may require intermediate to a higher level of IT knowledge.

There are 2 places to use the reports. One is per record(information card), the other is for multiple records. This is to make it easier for the users otherwise there is no difference in reporting capabilities.

  • For Multi Record reports: [Settings \ Reports \ MOBIDI \ QueryReports], the directory is the source of the reports on the Query page.
  • For Single Record Reports: [Settings \ Reports \ MOBIDI \ RecordReports], directory is the source of the reports in the Information Card.

Advanced Topics

The information contained here has been created for advanced users or the DECE support team. Please call us whenever necessary.

HTML Reports 

HTML Report

Excel Reports

Excel Report

Scheduled Reports

You can send your reports scheduled according to the query specified in the MOBIDI Office to e-mail addresses. Scheduled job descriptions can be made by advanced users or by the DECE team.

You can start this process with the .jsettings files you define under Settings / Notifications / Mobidi.TimedNotification under MOBDI Office. There are .sample files in this folder. This sample file must be in the same content.

You can add the e-mail addresses you want to go as “email1, email2, email3…” to the ToEmail section in its content.

You can access the settings in the Defining Scheduled Jobs .

Template files in Mail are in Settings / Notifications / Templates directory. You can use existing templates, modify them or create a new template.

Authorization of Reports

Mobidi Ofis has a wide range of reporting capabilities, reports can be designed specifically for each user group. When this number is too high, every user may have to see too many reports that are not relevant to them. Using the definitions here, you can define group authorizations for reports.

  • So with ConditionMacro: ‘c.HasPermission (“group: usergroup”)’ we can decide which usergroup will see which report.
__type: “Factory.ActionFactory:ExcelReporter”,
DisplayName:”[$.tr:Wilco-Konum Analizi;en:Wilco-Konum Analizi]”,
ConditionMacro:’c.HasPermission(“group:System Admin”)’