There are two types of reports in Spark, those that are date-driven and those that aren’t. A good example of non-date-driven is Transaction (C), the current transaction, which always belongs to the current day.
An example of a date-driven report is, on the other hand, the transaction history -Transaction (H)-. On this one, you need to choose a start and an end-date. At a visual level, the main difference is that those date-driven reports will have this symbol:
While the non-date-driven will carry this other symbol:
As you can see here:
To change the dates, open the Date Ranges section.
The user can choose on each of the sections -Transaction, Position, and Recon- a start-date, and end-date, and a period -which can be 30 days, 60 days…-. If you want to see specific dates for the Position history report -Position (H)- you will modify the dates in the Position section. And the same for Transaction and Recon reports.
Select the dates of your preference and click on ‘Apply’.
Now open ‘My Reports’ tab and select Position (H) report. Once it’s opened, you’ll see the information between the dates you selected in the previous step.
Notice that when you type a different date, the ‘Apply’ button turns red. This is because we need to confirm the new days by clicking on ‘Apply’, which after loading, it will display the positions executed on the new date range.