Report Purpose & Summary
This service-based report provides a summary of service issuances for a chosen service during a specified period of time.
The following parameters are available to obtain targeted details in the [GNRL-211] Service Issuance Summary report:
|Service||Select the service for which you want a summary|
|Report Start Date||This date will reflect the date from which you would like to start generating data|
|Report End Date||This date will reflect the date you would like to stop generating data|
|Report Output Format||Web Page, PDF, or Excel|
This report provides information regarding service issuances for a chosen service during a specified period of time. It accommodates all service types.
The report is divided into three sections:
- Client List
This section has two columns: # Clients and # Issuances
- # Issuances - This indicates how many times a service was issued. It is presented in intervals (4 issuances, 3 issuances, 2 issuances, etc.)
- # Clients - This indicates how many clients received the service at each interval.
In the example below, 4 clients had 122 issuances of the service, 5 clients had 92 issuances, 1 clients had 62 issuances, and so on.
This section provides an unduplicated list of clients who received the service. It offers identifying information as well as the number of service issuances per client. You will notice that the number of service issuances coincide with the totals in the Summary section.
In the example below, the first client was issued the service 30 times.
This section provides two different totals:
- Total Clients - This is an unduplicated count of clients who received at least 1 issuance of the service. This number will be equal to the number of clients in the Client List as well as the total of the numbers listed in the # Clients column in the Summary section.
- Total Issuances - This is the total amount of times the service was issued during the report dates. This section will equal the total of the numbers listed in the # Issuances columns of the Client List as well as the Summary section
Drilldown functionality is not necessary for this report.