The Driver Log Export report is a way for you view, export, and/or print a simple table of the drivers' duty status change history. There is no grouping or summary as in the Driver Log report.
This report will display only those drivers that the report generator can view as defined under the User Depot Access permissions
- Select by Driver ID / Driver group
- Select the way to run the report: for a single driver or for all drivers in a group. Type the driver ID to report, or select the driver group from the drop-down list.
- Start date / End date
- The date range for the report. Click the icon to open a calendar popup and select a date.
- Select a format
View, export, and/or print your report in one of the following formats:
- Excel (spreadsheet)
- HTML (best for viewing online)
- PDF (best for printing)
Click the View Report to generate the report.
When the report is generated, you'll see raw driver log data as well as a Flags field that identifies the status of the driver records. The code in the flags column indicates: Confirmation, Edit, and Sensor Failure and may display values like YU! or NE. The edit codes are:
- U - The logs are unedited
- E - The logs are edited
- C - These are the corrected original logs
The above edit codes may be paired with one or more of the following:
- N - no, not confirmed by the driver
- Y - yes, confirmed by the driver
- ! - a sensor failure occurred when this entry was recorded
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