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Reports in SS3

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Community Member, 151 Posts

12 June 2014 at 8:33pm


The documentation is very lacking on reports... I have created a sample report just to test the water, but it doesnt seem to be showing up in the admin system. I have also tried

SS_Report::register("ReportAdmin", "BookingReport_BookingSummary");

but get a error that SS_Report is undefined?

 * This report lists all the pages in the CMS
 * of type Page. Sorted by title.
class BookingReport_BookingSummary extends SideReport {
    public function title() {
        // this is the title of the report
        return "Booking Summary Report";
    // public function records() {
    //     // the data the report returns all the dataobjects of type Page and sorted by title. See datamodel for more info
    //     return Bookings::get()->sort("Created ASC");
    // }

    function records($params, $sort, $limit){  
            $Bookings = DataObject::get("Bookings", "BookingStatusID = '" . $params['BookingStatusID'] ."'", "Created DESC", Null, $params['ResultsLimit']);         
            return $Bookings;
    public function fieldsToShow() {
        // fields you want to display. This will display a list of titles which link to the page in the cms. Handy!
        return array(


    function parameterFields() {
        $params = new FieldSet();
        //Colour filter
        $params->push(new DropdownField(
            "Booking Status", 
                '1' => 'Not Paid',
                '2' => 'Cancelled',
                '3'=> 'Paid',
                'NULL' => 'All'
        //Result Limit
        $ResultLimitOptions = array(
            50 => '50 Bookings',
            100 => '100 Bookings',
            200 => '200 Bookings',
            500 => '500 Bookings',
            Null => 'All Bookings'
        $params->push(new DropdownField(
            "Limit results to", 
        return $params;



Community Member, 21 Posts

12 June 2014 at 10:37pm

You don't need to register reports in SS3, they are registered automatically. Comment out the following:

SS_Report::register("ReportAdmin", "BookingReport_BookingSummary");


Community Member, 21 Posts

12 June 2014 at 10:38pm

Also, you need to do a dev build for it to show.