A common element of all WATS reports and Dashboards are the use of filters. These allows you to limit the set of data you report on. The content of the filters will vary based on the type of report you are looking at.
From the WATS Control Panel, you can make virtual groups of different part numbers. You will see these in the filters, or to assign user access restrictions.
From the WATS Control Panel, you can make multiple virtual levels that you assign your test stations to. You will see these in the filters, or to assign user access restrictions.
From the WATS Control Panel, you can customize the applicable test operations used by your organization. These values will then be available in the filter settings.
Most of the filter options support ranges and wild chars. A range can be specified by using @, e.g. 1@3 means 1 to 3 inclusive. If multiple values or ranges are specified, these must be separated by semicolon (;), e.g. 1@3; 5 means 1 to 3 (inclusive) and 5.
For single values, the following wild char syntax can be used:
•* or %: Zero or more characters
•? or _: Exactly one character
•: Range and/or list of characters
•[^]: Not within range and/or list of characters.
You can manage the content of your saved filters from My Settings (upper right corner) -> Reporting Filters