#9 Request for Quarterly reporting in DPR

closed
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2013-02-13
2013-01-10
margotc
No

Sara Gunn has requested that we add a reporting function for DPR financial quarterly reporting and that the current quarterly reporting be re-labelled as DPR Calendar quarter. The financial quarters are as follows: Q1=July - September Q2=October-December Q3=January-March Q4=April-June. Sara has verified that that attached screen capture is what the report interface should look like.

Discussion

  • Kirti Chennareddy

    Testing on DPR5.1.2 Testing branch

    1. I had only 2 jobs processed into repository so far which are both in Jan 2013 but the job is showing up under report for Q1 -2013. Assuming that year 2013 is equivalent to financial year 2012-2013, then the job should come up under Q3(Jab-Mar)-2013 . Looks like it is behaving same as the Calender quarter report.

    2. Drop-down list has years instead of the financial year. Can we change year in the drop-down to financial year format (ex: 2012-2013) similar to the DPR Statistics(financial year) report?

     
  • Kirti Chennareddy

    • assigned_to: kirtic --> margotc
     
  • Kirti Chennareddy

    Testing on DPR 5.1.2 testing branch

    Q4 and Q3 reports are working as expected but Q1 and Q2 are giving same results as Q3. Looks like the problem is with identifying the quaters based on the financial year rather than calender year.

     
  • margotc

    margotc - 2013-02-11

    Hi Kirti, I've amended the reporting feature as you have suggested. Please let me know if there's anything further required.

     
  • margotc

    margotc - 2013-02-11
    • assigned_to: margotc --> kirtic
     
  • Terry O'Neill

    Terry O'Neill - 2013-02-13
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Terry O'Neill

    Terry O'Neill - 2013-02-13

    Moved this Feature Request to the Digital Preservation Recorder as item 3604410. The feature request is now closed.

     

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