The Electronic Batch Record report, specifically designed to be used on top of the software from AVEVA (Wonderware Recipe Manager Plus, Wonderware Historian, etc.), has been built with very re-usable sub-reports that could also be used separately for many other purposes.
The report contextualizes batch activity, process variable trends, alarms & events, user's activity, etc., and becomes a single source of information. The Developer or End User can customize the report layout to show or hide optional sections (trends, alarms, and events)
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Reduces Engineering Efforts
The ready-to-use, open resources (report and sub-reports) help Developers quickly and easily deliver value to the End User. The sub-reports can be used separately to build reports for many other purposes. They are open, modular, and customizable by means of parameters, so the Developer can adapt them easily to the specific needs of every project.
Provides Data Integrity
To produce the EBR, data used from the report is automatically queried from the batch control, time series, and alarms & events history databases, without any manual manipulation of the data. The EBR can then be saved in a nonmodifiable format (for instance, PDF), so the data integrity is secured.
Facilitates Quality Assurance
The EBR allows Quality Assurance to easily analyze the batch process and determine its adherence to the standard procedures and the decision-making process for releasing lots. It also brings evidence of compliance for inspection.