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Date start and Date end

The start date can be a specific date or a relative date (for example - 30 days would include everything 30 days before the current date, - 3 months would go three months back from today).

The date filter will be based on dates according to their status:

  • Planned: Will be filtered based on planned date, booking date or ETD (for the following dates in the following order depending on the first one which is set:
    1. planned date (scheduled inspection date)
    2. booking date
    3. ETD
    For audits only planned date is applicable).

  • In progress: Will be filtered based on start date.

  • Report: Will be filtered based on end date.

Please note that since Qarma supports off-line operations, there can be a delay between the actual end date as measured on the mobile device and the time the data is available at Qarma’s server. This means if you filter for a daily extract of data, it needs to include data several days back to be sure all data is included.


Inspections or Audits

Extra data

The basic data that is always exported is a list of inspections or audits, depending on type. In addition, the following data can be included:

  • Checkpoints: For In progress and Report statuses, you can include a list of all checkpoints.

  • Defects (inspections only): For In progress and Report statuses, you can include a list of all defects.

Only include checkpoints and defects if they are used, since they will contribute significantly to the size of the export file.


Select one or more statuses:

  • Planned

  • In progress

  • Report


Define how often the export job should run. This is quite flexible, so you can decide every day at 20:00, every Monday at 06:00, etc