View all changes in a production control job

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View all changes in a production control job

Tekla EPM records every change made in the system. This is useful because you can view all changes made in the current production control job at once. You can then filter the information to see changes made by a particular user or on a particular date. If necessary, you can also print the list of changes.

  1. In the Production Control dialog box, click the Production Control ribbon tab.
  2. On the menu, select History of Changes > List Of Changes.
  3. In the List Of Changes Report Filters dialog box, do any of the following:


    Do this

    Filter changes by user, revision number, category, sub-category, or pay category

    1. Select the right filter type and click Select.

    2. Click the arrow buttons to move the values that you want to see in the list of changes to the Included list.

    3. Click OK.

    Filter changes by date

    1. Select the Transaction Date filter and click Select.

    2. Select the start (Min) and end (Max) dates in the calendar.

      You can also select the Expression check box for the dates. This way, you can select the base date and define how many days before or after are taken into account in the list of changes.

    3. Click OK.

  4. Click Make Report.
  5. In the Report Selection dialog box, do any of the following:


    Do this

    View the list of changes

    • Click View.

    The report opens in Tekla EPM Report Viewer.

    You can use the Email Excel and Email PDF buttons at the top of the Tekla EPM Report Viewer window to email the report via Microsoft Outlook.

    Print the list of changes

    1. In the Report Selection dialog box, change the number of the printed copies by clicking the + and - buttons.

    2. If necessary, click Select Printer, select which device you want to use for printing, and click OK.

      You can also select Default Printer to always use the default printer with this report, or No Printer to reset the current printer.

    3. Click Print.

    4. Click Yes.

    Export the list of changes

    1. Click Export.

    2. In the Export Format list, select an export format.

    3. Click Browse.

    4. Browse to the location where you want to save the exported file, and click Save.

    5. Modify the file name according to your needs.

    6. To attach the exported file to a Microsoft Outlook email and send it to a recipient, select the Attach to Email check box.

    7. To open the file after exporting it, select the Open Exported Document check box.

    8. Click Export.

  6. To close the dialog box, click the Close button (X) in the upper-right corner.
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