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FRES Work Requests Collection Corporate Reports

The Business Objects Corporate Documents area provides access to pre-defined, prompt-driven reports that you can run to retrieve a standardized perspective on your data.

Open and Closed Work Requests: Uses the FRES Work Request universe to display header and phase information for open and closed Facilities and Real Estate Services (FRES) work requests - i.e., those with a status of 10-OPEN,70-CANCEL,80-WRK-CMP,or 90-CLOSED. The second tab displays the phase comments, as entered and maintained using the Facility Center application.

Open Work Request Aging: Contains two tabs presenting data from the FRES Work Request universe. The first tab, Aging Summary, totals counts of Work Request phases for all open (status less than 70-CANCEL) phases by category. Counts are grouped into days open buckets based on Phase Est Start Date relative to the report execution date. The second tab, Open Work Requests Detail, shows headers and phase information for the open items aggregated on the first tab.

Preventive Maintenance: Uses the FRES Work Request universe to display header and phase information for open and closed Facilities and Real Estate Services (FRES) preventive maintenance work requests - i.e., those with a status of 10-OPEN,70-CANCEL,80-WRK-CMP,or 90-CLOSED. All requests with an estimated phase start date within two weeks of the prompted date range are included.

School_Center Work Request Charge Detail: Uses the FRES Work Request universe to display charge detail information for open and closed Facilities and Real Estate Services (FRES) work requests based on prompted extract dates.

Work Request Cost Hour Summary: Uses the FRES Work Request universe to display cost and hour totals for open work request phases, by subledger (e.g., contract, labor, material). In addition, associated work request and phase header information are presented, as well as data about purchase orders related to the work requests.

Work Request Status History: Uses the FRES Work Request universe to display work request history over time. Phases are grouped under each work request, and highlighting in the various columns show how a record changed from the one prior. The last record will always show the current information for the work request.


Using InfoView:

The InfoView web page allows you to view the list of corporate documents in the Business Objects repository and refresh and download those documents via the web. To access the corporate documents using InfoView (Business Objects users only):

  1. Point your browser to
    https://bobjprod.isc-seo.upenn.edu/InfoViewApp/logon.jsp
  2. Enter your Business Objects ID and password in the User Name and Password fields that appear. Click OK to continue to the InfoView Welcome page.
  3. The InfoView web portal allows you to view the list of reports in the Business Objects 'Public Folders', refresh those documents via the web, and if desired, save them to your desktop as Excel or pdf files. The 'Public Folders' are listed in InfoView when you navigate to 'Document List.' You will only be able to view or use reports in the public folders that you have access to. Documents should be renamed and saved to your own 'My Favorites' folder on the portal if you need to edit them using Webi. Documents can only be edited in Webi when placed in your 'My Favorites' folder.
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