August 31, 2021
By Delmar Dehn, Senior Product Manager
Welcome to the Infor Landmark reporting video series part 10.
Infor Landmark reporting is a powerful “report anywhere” feature to configure and display current, historical, future or audit data in any Infor Landmark technology platform based application. For example, Infor Landmark reporting can be used to tailor List Views in any Infor Financials & Supply Management application screen, any Infor HR Talent application screen, and any Infor HR Payroll application screen. Infor Landmark reporting can be used to personalize business end users’ screens to provide just the information that they need in context at their fingertips without requiring IT. Business end users can easily filter data, export it to PDF, CSV or Microsoft Excel, create personalized reports, distribute reports automatically to others based on their security privileges, and schedule their personalized reports to recur on their preferred frequency. All with no IT required. Infor Landmark reporting’s capabilities apply to any Infor Landmark technology platform based application. Infor Landmark reporting changes take effect in real-time. And Infor Landmark reporting can be used by Infor cloud based customers and Infor on-premises customers.
The video demonstrations are hosted and narrated by one of Infor’s foremost Infor Landmark reporting subject matter experts, Don Peterson, Principal Development Business Analyst.
The Infor Landmark reporting video series includes:
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Export List to PDF or Microsoft Excel
Part 3: Filtering a List
Part 4: Creating a Report
Part 5: Report Filter Criteria
Part 6: Changing Filter Criteria
Part 7: Rearranging Fields
Part 8: Removing Fields
Part 9: Report Distribution Groups
Part 10: Actor Role Changes Audit Report
In this post’s part 10 video, Don describes and demonstrates using Infor Landmark reporting to create a report of Actors and their Roles for audit purposes. Don walks through creating an Actor Role Changes Audit report that displays the Actor list and the Roles added or changed. The report answers the questions; what were the changes, who made the changes, and when were the changes made? Don describes and demonstrates how to find the base report, creating the report, and adding the audit fields. Be sure to watch for future Infor Landmark reporting videos.
If you’d like to learn more about Infor Landmark Reporting or schedule a demonstration, then please contact your Infor Client Account Executive or contact us any time.