The vet visit report

The vet visit report offers a great deal of power and flexibility for selecting animals for the regular vet visit

Written by Will Rands
Updated over a week ago

The Vet Visit report enables you to bring together, in a single report, all the animals that need to be seen.  

It's an aggregated report that's made up of one or more component fertility rule reports.  When the Vet Visit report is run, all the component rule reports are run to produce a single report.

The Vet Visit report grid shows one record (row) for each brand number. If an animal matches the selection criteria for more than one of the component rule reports, then all the reasons for inclusion are shown in the Report Groups column.

Generating the vet visit report

  1. Use the Fertility Rule Reports to build one or more rule reports. Save each one with a meaningful name (see Fertility Rule Reports section of this document)

  2. Navigate to the Quick Reports screen

  3. Use the Previously Saved Reports drop down list to select the first report required for the vet list

  4. Click Add/Remove to/from Vet List to add the report to the vet list. Notice that a “(V)” suffix is appended to the report name in the drop down list (see below). This "V" suffix will remain visible in the drop down list so that you know which Rule Reports are being used for the Vet Visit list

  5. If required, repeat steps 4 and 5 to add further saved rule reports to the Vet List

  6. Click the Vet Visit button to run the report

  7. The report will be generated on screen, with further options for refinement (see below)

  8. Download the Vet Visit report for printing or emailing by clicking on the Create PDF button

 The Vet Visit report can be run as often as required. The report can be modified in two ways: 

  1. By adding/removing component fertility rule reports

  2. By defining new component rule reports for inclusion in the Vet Visit report

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