A tap on the button in the main SafePages view shows the Document Log. See Section 3.3, “SafePages”.
The Document Log shows all documents the user printed to SavaPage, and which were subsequently exported or Proxy-Printed. For a detailed description of this screen see Section 4.11, “Documents” in the Admin Web App chapter.
Typeis hided when user has no privileges to Send and Download SafePages.
Typeis hided when user is not a Job Ticket Creator.
Typeis hided when user is not a Print Job Creator, or has no access to a printer.
The following configuration property applies:
A comma separated priority list of enum values
The defaultselection is the first value from the list that corresponds to a visible select option.
To comply to EU GDPR ("Right for a data subject to receive
personal data concerning them"),
Table 3.7. Document Type Select: Configuration Property
See Section 188.8.131.52, “Config Editor” on how to set these items.
Theselection is hided when user has no Letterhead privileges. The selection does not hold disabled or inactive (reserved) queues (/gcp, /mailprint, /webprint). The selection holds accessible Printers only (Job Ticket "Printers" are not shown).
Depending on User Privileges the button might not be present.
The Transaction Log shows the financial transactions on the user's account.
Each entry in the list has the following lines.
A header with the transaction type.
The resulting account balance with the transaction amount.
Extra information is added depending on the transaction type.
A Manual Transaction denotes the Receipt Number in the header and has abutton to download the receipt as PDF.
Some samples of other entries...
Bitcoin Payment entries show a hyperlink with a shortened transaction hash.
The hyperlink opens the transaction details in a new browser tab. The hyperlink
URL is held in configuration property
financial.bitcoin.user-page.url-pattern.trx and can be changed
with the Configuration Editor. The value must contain the
placeholder for the transaction hash. Sample values are
Transactions can be filtered and sorted as follows:
Comment containing text: selects transactions with comments containing a text snippet.
Type: selects – (all) or a single one of the transaction types...
Initial: Balance allocated when account was created.
Adjustment: Manual adjustment by an administrator. See Section 184.108.40.206, “Financial”.
Deposit: Adjustment of balance at a Point-of-Sale.
External: Increment of balance by transferring funds from an external account. See Section 3.10.6, “Transfer Money”.
Transfer: Increment or decrement of balance by transferring credit to another user. See Section 3.10.5, “Transfer Credit”.
Voucher: Increment of balance by redeeming a voucher.
Queue: A delegator transaction as part of a Delegated Print where the document and delegate info is retrieved from an External Supplier and printed to a Proxy Printer managed by a Third Party Print Management System (TPPMS). The transaction appears as Queue Usage item in the list. Print status and cost are retrieved from the TPPMS. The cost will be 0.00 when the status is “Pending (external)”, “Expired” or “Canceled”. When status is “Completed” the cost will be known. Currently External Supplier TPPMS PaperCut are supported.
Printer: A transaction for proxy printing. When the Proxy Printer is solely managed by SavaPage the costs are according to the specified Printer Costs. When the Proxy Printer is additionally managed by a Third Party Print Management System status and cost are retrieved from that system and displayed just like the previously discussed Queue Usage item.
Select a creation Period by entering a and date. Tap the button after a date to clear it. See this example Data Selection Dialog.
Transactions can be sortedor by creation or .
The list is refreshed, and the selection applied, after you push thebutton.
Thebutton resets the selection items to their default values.
The PDF and CSV buttons downloads the User List in their respective formats, using the selection item values.
The minus icon collapses the Select and Sort section.