Reporting contains reports that happen during processing, during quarterlies, and so on. Whatever reports you put in a particular folder are automatically scheduled to be generated when that event occurs. You can drag-and-drop reports into these folders; in doing so, you’re automatically scheduling that report to be run at the time specified by the name of the folder.


Table 2-288: Reports Pane items list columns
Column Description
ID The code or identifier that represents the report.
Name The plain text explanation of this report.
Report Type

A report’s type indicates how it was created—either as part of Millennium®’s programming or via Crystal Reports. The valid values are:

  • Hard-Coded M3 Report
  • Crystal Reports
  • Report Writer
Copies The number of copies that will be printed.

The destination of the report, such as a printer, file, or e-mail.

For more information on destinations, see Output.

Output Format

The file output type of this report, such as PRN (printer file), PDF (Portable Document Format), CSV (comma-separated values), and so on.

For more information on output formats, see Output.


Indicates whether the report will be sent to Storeroom.

For more information on Storeroom, see Storeroom Manager.


Indicates whether the report will be sent to SecureView.

For more information on SecureView, see SecureView.


The Report Numbering Scheme

Report ID numbers follow the scheme below:

  • Oxxx — Payroll information.
  • lxxx — HR.
  • 2xxx — Setup.
  • 3xxx — Control/Audit.
  • 4xxx — Tax.
  • 5xxx — ARClosed Accounts Receivable/APClosed Accounts Payable.
  • 6xxx — Output files.
  • 7xxx — Miscellaneous.
  • 8xxx — Checks.