Customizing reports in GpsGate

You can customize your reports in many different ways: in the layout or by editing their queries adding new fields.


Apply your company logo

To be able to use your company logo in your report follow the steps described in this guide.

Edit the layout properties, add new columns or rows

With the toolbar in the Layou Editor you can simply change colors, fonts and borders sizes, etc, for your different rows or columns in your report.

To know all the options in the Layout Editor, read the reporting manual

Adding new columns with variables to your reports

You can add additional variables in new columns to your reports. For example, you could add signals used in your devices to be displayed in the reports or rather show Custom Fields in your reports.

There are different ways to add data to the reports, depending on which report you are working on:

Adding variables using Report Arguments

This method is the simplest way to add additional data to your reports because it won’t require you to make any modification in the report itself. You will rather pass the parameters directly to your reports by editing your event rules. You can see how to pass parameters to your reports using this method in the How to use Reports Arguments guide.

Adding variables by editing/customizing the reports in Site Admin

If you use this method, you will require to duplicate a standard report template, edit the report and activate the modification in your application. You have some examples here:

Adding time/date parameters to your reports

You can add time/date parameters to your reports. Parameters will allow the user to select which data will be filtered in the report (eg.: Time Period parameters, User Tags parameters, etc.).
You have an example how to do this here:

Adding charts to your reports

You can add charts to your reports by following the guide described below:

How to add Custom Fields to your Maintenance reports

You can add Custom Fields to your Maintenance reports by following the guide described below: