Overview

This article pertains to the newest version of Apricot for Violence Survivors and Apricot for Homeless Services. If you do not see the "Compliance Reporting" option present in the Administrator tab under "Report Center" please refer to this article instead.

Running a new report

  1. Head to the Administrator tab...
  2. Expand the "Report Center" category, click "Compliance Reporting...
  3. Locate the Report that you need to run and click the "Play" icon

  1. Report Start Date - This will be the Grant Start Date, typically the beginning of the reporting year
  2. Report End Date - This will be the Grant End Date, generally the end of the reporting year
  3. Select Project(s) - Select the pertinent Project for the report run
  4. Select Hash Status - For CAPER or APR runs, always select "Unhashed". This option will dictate whether the data is anonymized for the Report Run. "Hashed" would typically only apply to a "HMIS CSV Export" Report Run for Runaway Homeless Youth
  5. Continuum Code(s) - Optional: Allows you to specify the Continuum of Care in the event that you serve multiple jurisdictions

Viewing Previous Report Runs

  1. Head to the Administrator tab...
  2. Expand the "Report Center" category, click "Compliance Reporting...
  3. Click on the Clock icon

  1. Click on the name of the Report Run to view it's details

  1. Refresh Data - Will refresh the report run with the same parameters that were chosen upon it's original run. Used if data has been updated since the original report was run.
  2. Export - To export your APR or CAPER specific files, to upload to SAGE
  3. Print - Used to Print the details of this page
  4. Expand All - Expands all Report Sections

Expand any category to view more details about the Report Section, each will display the table that makes up the report run, down to the row level.

Download Source Files

  1. Click the Vertical Ellipses
  2. Download Source Files - This will download the report as a .Zip file containing the .CSV files used to produce the report (Not to be confused with the APR or CAPER .CSV files)

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