Using the filters and switches

In addition to the global filters previously described, the report provides the filters and switches highlighted in the following screenshot:

Shipment Type

This switch allows you to select whether the data is to be shown for Cross-Border shipments, Domestic shipments, or All (the default):

Exact Scan

This filter allows you to reduce the default dataset by only selecting specific scan events. For example, you may want to see the explicit latencies for pickups, deliveries and/or exceptions.


All scan events are selected by default. To select the one(s) for which you wish to display data, first deselect All (so that (None) appears in the filter). Then select the one(s) required. To select a particular scan event, type part or all of the name at the top of the filter box (to restrict the display). Then tick it.

The report is automatically updated following your selection.

Scan Date

The scan date selector reflects the report's underlying data period. It allows you to filter the data according to a particular range of dates on which scan events occurred:


You can change the date range in either of two ways:

  • Use the mouse in conjunction with the slider.

  • Click the From and/or To date at either end of the slider to bring up a calendar control that allows you to manually select a date.

Notes on filtering by Trade Lane

When you filter by trade lane, the reports show the Scan Latency (in hours and minutes) for the selected lane, plus the total number of associated events. If you hover over the trade lane, or any of the above columns, you will see the Drillthrough link that takes you to the Scans by Order tab, e.g.



For the Keep Only and Exclude options that are displayed when you hover over the filter, refer to the Keep Only/Exclude switch.