This note describes the seven reports that give information on reservations and orders, organized by the reports themselves. Click here to see a note on those reports organized by their uses.

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These reports run on separate servers from the webstores, and are not affected by outages of those servers.

Single Event Reports

Look for links at the top of the reports to get to the same report on a different event, and a different report on the same event. These links will save you going back and forth to the dashboard to navigate the reports and events.

Both single event reports can be downloaded as .CSV files, and then read into Microsoft Excel and other spreadsheets, by clicking on the Download as CSV link above the colored banner.

Multiple Event Summary Reports

These two reports list a set of events, with summary information about each.

Look for links at the top of the reports to get to most of the other reports. These links will save you going back and forth to the dashboard to navigate the reports and events.

Order Reports

The three Orders by ... reports are all composed of lists of orders, but with different organizations. Some of the columns in these reports are links to more detailed information; hover the mouse cursor over those links and a tooltip will display what the contents of the drill-down will be.

Look for links at the top of the reports to get to most of the other reports. These links will save you going back and forth to the dashboard to navigate the reports and events.

All three order reports can be downloaded as .CSV files, and then read into Microsoft Excel and other spreadsheets, by clicking on the Download as CSV link at left above the colored banner.

Filtering

The event summary and order reports described above have an event-based filter field after the date range in addition to the standard search field that all tables in the system have at their upper right.

Calendar Presentation of Events

In addition to next and previous event links, and drop-downs to see a list of the events, there is also a calendar widget Calendar for seeing your schedule laid out in a familiar format, rather than an unstructured list.