The new Manage Filters feature allows users to create stand alone filters that can be applied to user defined reports and standard reports when running. This update occurred 12/3/17.
Due to the large number of reports currently available in Fundriver, filters may not be available immediately for all reports. If there is a standard report to which you would like to request a filter be added, please contact Fundriver Support.
Under Filter Type, select Fund Profile Filter. This is the only filter type available to choose from at this time.
Click NEW to add a new Fund Profile Filter.
*Helpful hint - here at Fundriver we like to identify each filter by the user that created it. In the example below, "CC" is the users initials followed by the details the filter will perform.
In the Associated Reports accordion, if you are viewing an existing filter, you can see any reports the filter has been applied to. If this is a new filter you are creating, this space will be empty.
Choose the field to add to the filter criteria. In this example we are using Campus. Select the desired Operator and Expression, then click Save.
For fields that do not have the check option for selecting multiple values, the user will need to type out the value(s) and use a comma for separating multiple values.
For example, when setting up a filter on GLID with multiple values, the user will need to enter the text: 100,101,102. This will build a filter with the 3 GLIDs referenced.
Back at REPORTS > USER DEFINED, choose a report to which you would like to apply the filter.
NOTE: At this time, only User Defined Reports and standard reports can be filtered. If you want to add a filter to an existing CUSTOM report, please contact Fundriver at email@example.com. There will be a small fee to apply this new feature to the report. If you are working with a standard report and the filter isn't showing, please let us know so we can turn it on for that report.