Because the default reports in Solidworks Schematic can not be suit for my needs, so I want to create new custom report, so how to do it?
I usually start with a stock report that's close to what I'm looking for...for instance BOM, Wire To/From, Cable etc, I pick one of these from the stock list as a starting point, and make a duplicate of it.
Duplicate the report that's close to what you're looking for, then selec the copy and go to "Properties".
In the Properties, you can manage the columns to select the info you want to show regarding the report contents. You can change column widths, headers, and also choose which variable is driving the line groupings with a "merge rows" option. If you require more column info than is readily available, you can contact your VAR for help going into Expert Mode and adding the content via custom query.
Dear Evan, now I want to more column info than is readily available. How to do that? Because my VAR do not do that?
This webinar (link below) may give you a bit of help on a few advanced reporting topics. It's definitely something most VARs can help with but they will do so under a contract/statement of work, custom report work doesn't fall under your normal subscription service. It's a valuable tool to continue learning on, but it can take awhile to master so if you need it to do something for you right away, it would be well worth it to have your VAR cook up the custom report.
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