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Home > Success Center > Server & Application Monitor (SAM) > SAM 6.5 Administrator Guide > Create and view reports for SAM > Select Fields Options Tab for SAM

Select Fields Options Tab for SAM

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The Select Fields tab allows you to select the data fields in a report.

  1. Click Select Fields.
  2. If you are creating a new report or adding fields to an existing report, click the ellipsis, select Add a new field, and then dynamically define each new report field as follows:
    1. Click the asterisk after Field:, and then select the type of information to include in the current report field.
    2. To sort the data in the current field, click the sort asterisk and select a sort order.
    3. To perform an operation on the data in the current field, click the function asterisk and select an operation.
  3. If you are modifying an existing report, click the Field, sort, or function that you want to change and select a new value as follows.
    1. Click the asterisk after Field.
    2. Select the type of information to include in the current report field.
    3. To sort the data in the current field, click the sort asterisk and select a sort order.
    4. To perform an operation on the data in the current field, click the function asterisk and select an operation.
  4. To test your selections as you assemble your report, click Execute SQL Query to view the current query results.
  5. To delete a field or rearrange the order of the fields that are listed in your report, select a field, click Browse (), and then select the appropriate action.

    Unchecked fields are not displayed in your report, but their sort and function configurations are retained.

  6. To preview your report, click Preview.
 
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