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Stat 6.3 - Web User Guide

Using advanced editing tools

Because the information contained in the Description and Resolution fields is so critical to the success of a CSR, you can use advanced editing to enhance the quality of that information. Advanced editing includes text formatting, copying and pasting text from other applications, and inserting hyperlinks and image URLs.

You can change the appearance of selected text by using the Formatting toolbar and the special function tool buttons located above the text field on the Description or Resolution field.

Using the Formatting tool bar, you can change the font, size, and alignment of selected text. You can also bold, italicize, or underline text.

You can copy and paste text into the Description and Resolution fields from other applications. However, be aware that pasted text that is large in size or specially formatted (such as tables or text with graphics) may not display properly or may pose memory problems. If you want to add a large amount or specially formatted text to a CSR, consider either inserting a hyperlink or adding an attachment.

Adding attachments to CSRs

Stat® Web supports attaching files to CSRs. This allows users to immediately access important data both inside and outside of the Stat Repository.

Select Attachments section in the CSR window.
Click Add Attachments to open the dialog window.
Click Browse. Then locate the file you want to attach to the CSR and click Open.
In the Comments field, enter a brief description of the attachment.
Click Add Attachment.

Creating CSR templates

You can specify default CSR values by saving a CSR as a template. When you save a CSR as a template, the values displayed in certain fields of that CSR become the default settings for new CSRs created within the same service domain. This can save time if many of the CSRs you create within a service domain have the same values. For example, if you work primarily with the Benefits application while in the HR service domain, you could create a template with Benefits as the default value displayed in the Application field of new CSRs.

You can use a CSR template to set default values for the following fields in a CSR window:

Check the Update CSR Template check box.



Workflows are sets of rules that regulate the sequence and conditions by which CSRs can change from one status to another. Your system administrator defines workflows based on a combination of service domain and CSR type. When creating a CSR, the Workflow field automatically displays the default workflow defined for the selected CSR type (if any). You can select a different workflow if more than one has been defined. However, if no workflows have been defined for the selected CSR type, this field is grayed out.

When you create a CSR that is assigned a workflow, the start status of the workflow is automatically the status of that CSR. The statuses to which you can transfer the CSR are determined both by the sequence of the workflow diagram and the completion of any transfer rules that may exist.


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