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December 20, 2008 01:28PM
I cant understand why, in site pro. I cant filter my reports down any better. For instance. If a grower calls me and wants to know how much of a particular product we used. Site pro will not let me filter down to a specific client or to a specific crop under a specific client. It will only give me a report for all 30 clients. Sure I can go in a do it by field then manually add up the total, kind of long handed. If I want to know how much urea I put on Grower X's corn crop. for 2007. I cant generate that report.

The gross summary report filter is horrible. I have mulitple clients, with farms owned by the same landlords so the alot of the farms have the same name. When I choose a client it doesnt filter out only his farms to choose from. When I fianlly determine what farm to choose. i have to choose from apoximatel a 1000 fields many of them just numbers, making it impossible to tell which field to choose from.

I reported this to Nicole, she said she would put it on the list. I have been complaining about this since X2 came out. Its should have been "on the list" along time ago.
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Poor reports from Site Pro

RonbaxleyDecember 20, 2008 01:28PM

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Scott NusbaumDecember 23, 2008 06:58AM

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