This section shares the basic function buttons at the top right corner with the Statistics section, as well as the printer and scheme selectors and the search-by-date field on the top, as search filters.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The History is presented in a tabular format, where each row represents a job, and each column provides specific details about that job. These columns include an image preview, job name, job reference, printer, printing scheme, material, width, linear meters, and date within the specified time range. Furthermore, the display option offers flexibility, enabling you to customize the information displayed according to your specific preferences and needs.
Canceled jobs are indicated in color. In the title, it shows the date and time when the job was canceled and the percentage % of the already printed part.
With the "Search by Name or Reference" field you can search for printed jobs in the selected filters. Note that the Reference is a unique index for each job and it is automatically generated by Control Center. You can search for a printing job using the full name or part of it using the asterisk (color* for start/end name, *color* for included name).
On the right side of the page in the Printing History, near the search functions, there is the "Export" menu, which allows you to export an XLS/CSV file with the printing history shown according to the date range and its statistics. Find examples attached.
Clicking on one of the rows gives more detailed job information and consumption.
- The upper part of the view shows a small preview of the printed job and the QR code linked to the job for reprinting.
- On the right sight, you see the job information:
- File name
- Output file name
- Job UUID
- Job reference
- Job Size
- Printer Scheme
- Start and Finish date
- Printing duration
- Software version
Below "Job Info" is the table "Costs", broken down into "Ink" and "Material".
The other part of the page is the "Inks" table, where job ink consumptions are shown in single ink consumption for ml and m2, or knots value when there are no drop sizes defined.
The Color replacement table is available when the printed job contains color substitution done previously in neoStampa or it contains the color replacement inside the XJB print job generated by other Inedit applications. If you work with neoCatalog, you have the possibility to connect Control Center with neoCatalog to publish the printed job as a new colorway.
The last part of the report is showing printing settings that are used in your printer scheme.
The report can be downloaded as a PDF document as a copy of the screen (top of the page) and as a JSON log file (Printing settings). Find examples attached.