History Reports

A detailed history report lists the events reported by each vehicle. Events include every report that a vehicle sends in every few minutes when it is moving, plus a single entry for each status change when it is not moving. Optionally, you can use the Settings dialog box to specify that an entry appears at least once every day for stopped vehicles.

If you are using the newer Create Reports dialog box, there is a single type for Detailed History reports, which is filtered by the Report By option. If you are using the older Create Reports dialog box, there are four types of detailed history reports:
 

By Vehicle: A list of events for a single vehicle.
By Fleet: A separate list of events for each vehicle in a fleet.
By Driver: A list of events for each vehicle that a driver is assigned to.
By Team: A list of events for each vehicle that any driver in a specified team is assigned to.


 

The detailed history report is divided into sub-sections for each vehicle that reports in. Each section has a row for every report from the vehicle while the vehicle is moving, plus a row for every time the vehicle changes status or reported inputs when it is not moving. On the lower part of the sub-section for each vehicle, the report gives the total distance the vehicle traveled during the time period covered by the report.

Report Settings

The options specific to Detailed History reports that you can set are as follows:
 

Vehicle, Driver, Fleet, or Team: Which vehicles or drivers, or both, should be shown in the report.
One Item per Page: Formats the report so that each new vehicle or driver starts on a new page when the output format is not HTML.

Report Columns

The columns of the detailed history report are as follows:
 

1.Driver: The driver who was assigned to the vehicle at the time of the report.
2.Time: The time that the report was sent. If the row represents time when the vehicle was not moving, this is the time that the vehicle’s status changed. If the row represents a day that the vehicle was still stopped after stopping the previous day, this column is left blank.
3.Location: The location of the vehicle at the time of the report. If the vehicle was at a marker, this is the name and address of the marker.
4.Inputs: Input readings or changes are listed, depending on the way you have configured the inputs for the vehicle.
5.Lat: The latitude of the vehicle at the time of the report.
6.Lon: The longitude of the vehicle at the time of the report.
7.Speed – Heading: If the vehicle is moving, this is the speed of the vehicle followed by its heading. If the vehicle is not moving, this is the status of the vehicle followed by the time it has had that status.