What is a report format

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What is a report format

Slide Show 12:Standard ReportsINSIGHTANDOVERVIEW


Reporting in IGSSContents of this session:• Overview: The reporting programs• Report formats (Definition)• Periodical Reports• Snapshot Reports• Alarm Statistics Reports• Manual Report Editor (MRE)• Data reduction in IGSS


The reporting programsIcon Name Sales versionReport Formats (Definition)Periodical ReportsSnapshot ReportsAlarm Statistics ReportsManual Report Editor (MRE)Report Management System (RMS)- custom reports in ExcelStandard versionStandard versionStandard versionStandard versionStandard versionStandard version


What is a report format ?• A report format is a template for operator reports• The standard report types are• periodical report• snapshot report• alarm statistics report• Report headings divide the report format intosections• The IGSS objects are dragged into the relevantsection of the report


Create report formats (1)STEP 1:Open theEditmenuSTEP 2:ChooseReportFormatsThe Report Formatsdialog box appears


Instructor Demo• Creating a report format• Generating a periodical report


Create report formats (2)Click Create to makea new report formatClick Create to makea new report heading


The Report Format tab (1)P 1:ble-clickname STEP 2:Click the ReportFormat tabSTEP 3:Select therelevantreport heading


The Report Format tab (2)STEP 4:Select the relevantreport items:1) Current value orstate for Snapshotand Alarm statisticsor2) reduction methods(as shown)for periodical reportsSTEP 5:Drag itemsonto heading


What is a periodical report?• A periodical report is a daily, weekly, monthly,quarterly or yearly report• The report is always based on a report format• The report values are calculated on the basis of hour,day and month values saved in Genhdm.mdb


Generating a periodical reportSTEP 3:Choose report dateSTEP 1:Choose report formatSTEP 2:Choose report periodSTEP 4:Choose report type


Overview reportReport title areaReport headingObjects includedin report formatReport values


Generating a snapshot reportSTEP 1:Choose report formator area in configurationReport contentsThe snapshot report showsthe current process values.STEP 2:Generate report(print or view on-screen)


The snapshot reportReport titleCurrent process valueLatest change inprocess valueReport heading fromreport formatIGSS objects includedin report format


What is data reduction ?• Process values are typically scanned veryfrequently• If IGSS would save all those values, it would takeup a lot of disk space• Instead, the system reduces the scanned values toone or more data reductions with a fixed interval(base interval)• The reduced values – BCL values - form the databasis for periodical reports and can be used as thedata basis for graphs


Data Reduction TimelineScan intervalBase intervalExample:ObjectScan intervalBase intervalData reductionsTransfer to historyq1 Flow meter10000 milliseconds (10 seconds)10 minutesAverage, Min. and Max.Reduced0 min. 10 min. 20 min. 30 min. 40 min. 50 min.60 min. or1 hourBCL valuesEvery 10 minutes anAverage, Min. and Max.are calculated from thescanned values andwritten to the BCL filesin the report folder.Day valuesEvery 24 hours anAverage, Min. and Max.day value are calculatedfrom the hour values.Transfer to history isapplied.This is done by thedata reduction engine,Genhdm.exe.Genhdm.mdbDatabase tables- HourValues- DayValues- MonthValuesMonth valuesEvery month anAverage, Min. and Max.month value arecalculated from theday values.Transfer to history is applied.This is done by thedata reduction engine,Genhdm.exe.Hour valuesEvery hour the data reduction engine,Genhdm.exe, reads the BCL dataand calculates the hour value.An average, min. and max. are writtento the database.Transfer to history is not applied forhour values.23 hours 24 hours or14 days 1 month 1 quarter 6 months 1 year1 day


The data reduction methodsData reductionAverageMinimumCalculation of valueThe average for the base interval(or reduction interval)The smallest value for the base intervalMaximumThe largest value for the base intervalSumThe sum of the values for the base intervalActualChangeThe last value for the base intervalThe sum of state changes for the base intervalDifferenceThe difference between the first and last value forthe base interval


The base class files (.bcl)• When the scanned values arereduced/aggregated, they are saved in the baseclass files (.bcl)• The files are saved in the project’s report folder• The name convention is G.BCLwhere is the base class(the lowest class is 2, the highest 5)G2040703.BCL,G3040703.BCL,G4040703.BCLG5040703.BCL


The ”Transfer to history” optionTransfer to historyDetermines how thehourly values arereduced to dailyvalues.Reduced value re-uses the selecteddata reduction methodActual total value calculates the sumof all hourly valuesIdealized total value multiplies theaverage of the hourly values by 24None disables the generation ofhourly values which form the basis fordaily and monthly values.


Student ExerciseNow it’s your turn again• Create a periodical report format• Generate the periodical report from theSupervise programDo Exercise 8 in the Exercises booklet.

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