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Stat 6.3 - User Guide

Introduction to Stat Connecting to Stat Change/Service Requests Stat Consoles Tasks and Time Entries Stat Projects Search Engines Reports and Graphs Personal Rules Object Tools and Wizards Change Management for PeopleSoft
Object Management (PeopleSoft) Object Archives (PeopleSoft) Object Migrations (PeopleSoft)
Change Management for Oracle Applications
Object Management (Oracle Applications) Patch Management Object Archives (Oracle Applications) Object Migrations (Oracle Applications)
Change Management for Generic Applications
Object Management (Generic Applications) Object Archives (Generic Applications) Object Migrations (Generic Applications)
Appendix: Troubleshooting Chart Appendix: Migration Options Appendix: User-Specific Parameters Appendix: Supported PeopleSoft Proprietary Objects Appendix: Stat Reports

CSR List Columns

A CSR list displays information regarding the CSRs in a series of columns that correspond to the fields and properties of a CSR window. You can customize a CSR list so that is displays only the columns you want. For more information, see the section Customizing Support Console Lists .

Although you can select which columns you want displayed, a typical CSR list will include the following:

CSR # - This is a unique number assigned to a CSR by Stat. It identifies the CSR within the system. Each CSR number is given a prefix that indicates the name of the service domain to which the CSR is associated.
Title - The CSR description as it appears in the Title field of the CSR
Application- The application for which this CSR was opened. An application defines what product or facet of your enterprise is represented in the CSR. Examples of applications are PeopleSoft version 8 and Oracle Applications. The available choices vary in each environment and are determined by the system administrator.
Status - This field displays the current status of a CSR. Examples of statuses are Open, In process, and Closed. The available choices vary in each environment and are determined by the system administrator.
Type - CSR types divide CSRs into categories. The type helps to identify what kind of problem or request the CSR represents. Examples of types are Hardware Change and Emergency Change. The available choices vary in each environment and are determined by the system administrator.
Customer Name - This field lists the name of the person that reported the problem or made the request. Following the name is the department or organization in which the customer works.
Priority - Every CSR is assigned a priority indicating the urgency of the request. Examples of priorities are Emergency, Urgent, and Low. The available choices vary in each environment and are determined by the system administrator.
Customer Priority - The value displayed in this field indicates what priority the customer believes his or her request should have. Although the value may actually be different than what you decide the priority should be (as indicated in the Priority field), this is a way to record the customer's sense of urgency in resolving the issue. Customer priority values are service domain-specific and are defined by your system administrator.
Tracking Number - If the customer has a tracking number for the issue documented in the CSR or if the request initially came from an external help desk system, you can record it in this free form text field.
Due Date - This field displays the date the CSR is due to be completed. An exclamation mark (!) next to the date means that the due date/time has passed.
Day - If the CSR status is open, this is the number of days the CSR has been opened. If the CSR status is closed, this is the number of days that the CSR was open.
Assigned To - This field displays the Stat user assigned to the CSR
Unread - Indicates if the assigned user has not yet read the CSR.

Customizing Support Console Lists

You can customize a list displayed in a tab of the Support Console by specifying the columns you want displayed and in what order. You can also apply filter and sort settings.


You can sort the information displayed in list columns in ascending or descending order. By default the items in a list are sorted in the order they were opened. You can sort columns one at a time or several at once.

When you click on any of the column headings, the sort changes based on that column. If you want to sort a particular column in ascending order, click once on the column heading. If you click on the same column again, Stat changes the sorting to descending. If you click on another column, the sorting changes to that newly sorted column. When you exit, Stat asks you if you want to save your new sort order as a permanent preference.

You can simultaneously sort multiple columns via the Specify Sort Columns dialog box.

In the Source Data field, click and hold on the name of the column you want to sort. Then drag and drop the column into the Columns field.

You can apply a filter to a list to provide a quick drill-down to only the items you want to see. For example, you may want your list to show all CSRs that are due after a certain date.

Click Verify to check the validity of your equation.
Click OK to close the message box.

Stat displays a message on the right side of the Support Console alerting you that a filter is in use and that a certain number of records are hidden from view:

Console Notifications

When you login to Stat, the Support Console automatically queries the system for any CSRs or tasks that have been assigned to you since you last logged in. You can configure the Support Console to check periodically for new assignments and to notify you right away if it finds anything. Additionally, if a Stat user changes a CSR in such a way that it impacts your list, that change is automatically reflected at each refresh. The Support Console also automatically refreshes the list whenever you select a different tab. Setting refresh time intervals is discussed later in this chapter.

At each refresh, if Stat finds a new CSR it displays the Stat Alert message box.

Click Acknowledge to tell Stat that you acknowledge the new CSRs and close the message box. Stat will not remind you again.

Click Snooze to close the message box. Stat displays the same message box each time you refresh the current list.

Navigating the List

You can navigate the CSR list using either your mouse or the keyboard.

You can quickly access many of the Support Console’s most frequently used functions by right-clicking anywhere on the CSR list view and selecting from the following options on the pop-up menu that appears:

Open CSR – Opens the highlighted CSR or Project
Print CSR – Prints the highlighted CSR (disabled from Project list)
Print List – Prints the entire list (disabled from Project list)
Refresh Data – Refreshes the list with any new CSRs or Projects
Filter Data – Opens the Specify Filter dialog box, which is described above in the section Filtering List Columns .
Sort Data – Opens the Specify Sort Columns dialog box, which is described above in the section Sorting List Columns .
Select List Group – Allows the user to display a different list group

You can scroll up or down the CSR list by pressing the Up and Down Arrow keys. Pressing the <Enter> key opens the currently selected CSR.

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