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Database connection and report defaults
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Use the Investigative Reports > Options page to connect to the desired Log Database, and to control defaults for investigative reports detail view.
Changes made to this page affect your reports. Other administrators, or even users logging on for self-reporting, can change these values for their own reporting activities.
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Mark View the catalog database to connect to the Log Database to which Log Server is currently logging. Proceed to step 2.
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To access a different Log Database, deselect View the catalog database, then enter the following information:
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Choose Smart columns selection to display detail reports with the default columns set for the information being reported.
Choose Custom columns selection to specify the exact columns for initial display on all detail reports. Use the Available Columns list to make your selections.
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Detail: each record appears on a separate row; time can be displayed.
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Summary: combines into a single entry all records that share a common element. The specific element varies, according to the information reported. Typically, the right-most column before the measure shows the summarized element. Time cannot be displayed.
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Click Save Options to immediately save all changes.

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