Reports are designed to quickly present important information about your Stratosphere-tracked inventory. All reports are sortable, searchable, printable, and downloadable. If you would like to review your data in a way that is not currently supported by the following reports, please let us know so that we can introduce a new built-in or custom report that meets your needs.

General Layout

To learn more about the consistent layout and controls for all reports, let's step through the transaction report, as an example.

Top of Report


  1. Page Title - The name of the report.
  2. Page Description - A short description of the content and usage of the report. For more details, see the Report documentation (the page you're on).
  3. Date Filter - Date range filters are available only on certain reports, sometimes the date is a range and for some report only the end or start date is configurable. Use the "Apply Date Range" button to apply the selected date(s).
  4. Apply Date Range - Refreshes the report results, with the specified date range filter applied.
  5. Download - Reports can be downloaded as CSV, Excel, or copied to the clipboard.
  6. Print - Reports can be printed, but please consider printing only the pages you need.
  7. Table Search - The search bar instantly runs a "contains" search for your search term on all column data in the report as you type, filtering down to only rows containing your term. "Contains" means the entered string will be found wherever it is located, not just when the searched term is at the beginning of the field.
  8. Sortable and Searchable Columns - The report can be searched and sorted by any column name in ascending or descending order, simply by clicking anywhere in the column header. Columns vary for each report.
  9. Report Data - The rows of the reports contain the actual record data that is available. Row data is typically read-only text, but certain data may also be presented as a link to the records detail page. If no data is available for the report, a "No data available in table" message will be displayed. Reports only display inventory data from your assigned locations. Users with the device and location management role will see data from all locations in their reports by default, regardless of their assigned locations.

Bottom of Report

  1. Entries Per Page - Use this selector to determine how many entries (rows) are displayed per page. Loading more entries per page may increase load times. This selection will not persist after leaving the report page.
  2. Report Pages - Allows navigating between different pages of the report. The currently viewed page will be highlighted, and the first, previous, next, and last pages will be available as options. If the number of pages is more than can be displayed, an ellipses will appear indicating there are additional pages that cannot be directly navigated to. Whenever possible, try using the search bar or column sort to find what you are looking for rather than paging through the report. Increasing the entries per page will help reduce the number of pages.
  3. Showing Entries - Displays which entries are currently being shown on the page, out of the total number of entries.

More details on the individual reports can be found below. 

Transaction Report

Displays inventory sightings reported by a device within the specified date range. A status of "Added" indicates that the item was placed inside the read range of the device at that time. A status of "Removed" indicates that the item was taken out of the read range of the device at that time. By default, this report will display transactions from the last 7 days, including the current date.

The Transaction Report contains the following columns:

  • Event Time - The date and time when the transaction occurred, converted into the user's local time zone.
  • State - Whether the item was Added or Removed at that time. A status of "Added" indicates that the item was placed inside the read range of the device. A status of "Removed" indicates that the item was taken out of the read range of the device.
  • Device - The name of the device that reported the item as being added or removed.
  • Location - The name of the location the item was added to or removed from.
  • User or Pass - The first and last name of the user whose pass was used to unlock the secured device and add or remove the item. If a pass number is displayed here, the cabinet was accessed by a pass that has not yet been linked to a User in their User record. This link should be made as soon as possible to ensure accurate transaction records. If blank, the device the item was added to or removed from may not require secure pass access.
  • Name - The product name of the item.
  • Serial - The unique Serial Number of the item.
  • Batch - The Batch or Lot number of the item.
  • Tag EPC - The unique RFID Tag Number reported by the device to identify the item.

Slow Moving Inventory Report

Displays all inventory that has been in it's current location since on or before the specified date. Defaults to the threshold specified by your Organization.

See the Slow Moving Inventory article for more details on what this report contains.


Unassociated Tags Report

Viewing the unassociated tags report requires the "Item Management" role to be granted in your user record. Contact your system administrator to add this capability.

Displays all RFID tags that match your organization's tag settings and are being currently reported by a device that are not associated as an item. Stratosphere does not know which items the tags listed here represent. To remove a Tag EPC from this report:

  • Click the Tag EPC and enter the required item information to associate the tag
  • Remove the unassociated tag from the reporting device
  • If the RFID tag cannot be associated or removed from the device for any reason, you can instantly hide the item to clean up the report. Hidden items can be reviewed and unhidden via the "Show Hidden" toggle in the top left.
    • "Hidden by Organization" means that the RFID Tag EPC does not match the organization's settings for Tag EPC length or prefix, and are therefore auto-hidden. If you believe this was hidden in error, please contact you administrator with "Organization Management" role to change your Organization's RFID Tag EPC Settings.

The unassociated tags report contains the following columns:

  • Device - The name of the device that reported the unassociated tag.
  • Location - The name of the location where the unassociated tag was reported from.
  • Tag EPC - The unassociated unique RFID Tag Number that is being reported by the device.
  • Last Seen - The date/time that the tag was last seen by that device at that location.
  • Hide - Select to hide/unhide an unassociated tag. Hidden tags will not be counted on the dashboard or displayed in the report.


Expiring Items Report

Displays items in a device that will expire on or before the selected date, including items that have already expired. To remove an item from this report, remove the item from the reporting device. By default, this report will display items expiring within the next 30 days.

The expiring items report contains the following columns:

  • Name - The Product Name of the expiring item.
  • Serial - The unique Serial Number of the expiring item.
  • Batch - the Batch or Lot number of the expiring item.
  • Tag EPC - The unique RFID Tag Number that the device uses to identify the item.
  • Expiration Date - The date through which the item can be used.
  • Device - The name of the Device that last reported the expiring item.
  • Location - The name of the Location containing the expiring item.



Inventory Summary Report

Displays permitted-location-level and device-level counts of all products in inventory. Products that are not in stock at any locations you have access to will not be displayed here. Click a product row to see the product counts of each device containing the product, along with the location containing that device. To see the item-level information of these products, use the Detailed Inventory Report.

The Inventory Summary Report contains the following columns, the last 3 columns are only displayed when a product row is expanded:

  • Item # - The Item # of the Product
  • Name - The name of the Product
  • Quantity - The count of that product that is in inventory across all locations that you have access to.
    • Location Name - The name of the Location containing that product.
    • Device Name - The name of the Device reporting that product.
    • Device Quantity - The count of that product that is being reported by that device.



Detailed Inventory Report

Displays details for each individual item that is currently in inventory. To see a count of all items of a certain product across all permitted locations or per device, use the Inventory Summary Report.

The Detailed Inventory Report contains the following columns:

  • Name - The product name of the item.
  • Serial - The unique Serial Number of the item.
  • Batch - The Batch or Lot number of the item.
  • Tag EPC - The unique RFID Tag Number the devices use to identify the item.
  • Expiration Date - The date through which the item can be used.
  • Device - The name of the Device reporting the item.
  • Location - The name of the Location that contains the item.



Temperature Report

Displays temperature readings reported by devices within the specified date range. By default, this report will display temperature readings from the last 7 days, including today. You can filter out devices from the chart by clicking the device's name in the legend along the top of the report. Hover over points on the graph to see details including the date/time, device name, temperature sensor name, and temperature value.

The Temperature Report contains the following columns, which are displayed in chart format. The data is only displayed as columns when printed or downloaded:

  • Name - The name of the device reporting the temperature reading
  • SensorName - The name of the sensor in the device that performed the actual reading. Devices can contain one or two temperature sensors.
  • ReadingTime - The date and time that the sensor read the temperature, converted to the user's time zone.
  • Value - The temperature reading, in Celsius.


Audit Log Report 

Viewing the comprehensive audit log report requires the "Auditing" role to be granted in your user record. Contact your system administrator to add this capability.

Displays actions taken on records in Stratosphere, whether by the system or by a human user. This data will be retained as long as your organization uses Stratosphere, up to 7 years. By default, this report will display audit logs from the last 30 days, including today. Eve without the auditing role, you will still be able to see the audit log for the records related to your roles. An an example, a users with the "item management" role can see the history of all items in this report, but not the history of all users (unless they are also granted the user management role). To learn more about roles and the permissions they grant, see our user management article

The main difference from other reports is that due to the massive number of records that this Report can eventually contain, please expect searching, printing, and downloading to take several seconds. To help manage the size of the report, record type filters are available. Simply click the "Filter" button located beneath the date range filter to select all record types to include, deselect all record types you do not wish to include the report. By default all record types you have permission to view, except transaction records, will be included. Changes to the record type filters are applied to the report instantly, no refresh needed.

The Audit Log report contains the following columns:

  • Event Date - The date and time the change event occurred, presented in UTC. By default, the report displays the most recent events first.
  • Event Type - The type of record change that occurred. The possible event types are Add, Modify, or Delete. Note that if a user deactivates or disables a record, that will appear on the Audit Log as a Modify.
  • Record Type - The type of record that was changed. Most of these are easily recognizable but some records are only tracked by the system, so their names may not be familiar. Here are short explanations of each record type:
    • Location - These are the same location records contained on the location page.
    • Device - These are the same device records contained on the devices page.
    • User - These are the same user records contained on the users page.
    • Product - These are the same product records contained on the product catalog page.
    • Item - These are the same item records contained on the items page.
    • Alias - These are the same alias records contained on the aliases page.
    • Transaction - These are the same transaction records on the transaction report. These are filtered by default.
    • PackageIntegrity - These are the same package integrity records contained on the package integrity page. Requires the Package Integrity Feature to be added at the organization level.
    • Organization - This is your Organization record, as contained on the Organization Profile tab of the Organizations page.
    • SensorReading - Every time a device reports data from its sensors, a SensorReading record is automatically added. This can include temperature, location, or battery level, depending on the device's available sensors.
    • UserSetting - Every time a user changes a personal setting in their User Profile, a UserSetting record is added.
    • BasicCredential - The pass assigned under the Credentials section in the User record.
    • UserLocation - The relationship that assigns a User to their Assigned Locations. Each assignment is its own UserLocation record that is stored with neither the Location nor the User record to maximize flexibility.
    • PackageIntegrityFeature - This is the status of the Package Integrity Feature for your Organization.
    • SlowMovingInventoryFeature - This is the status of the Slow Moving Inventory Feature for your Organization.
    • AliasesFeature - This is the status of the Aliases Feature for your Organization.
    • ParLevelFeature - This is the status of the Par Levels Feature for your organization.
    • ParLevelGroup - This is the Par Level record including the name, assigned location, and related ParLevels records, which contain the product, min, and max.
    • ParLevel - This is the product Min Max level for a particular ParLevelGroup.
  • Field - The particular field in the record that was modified.
  • Original Value - The value of the field prior to modification.
  • New Value - The value of the field after modification
  • User Full Name - The name of the user who who added, modified, or deleted the record.
  • User Email Address - The email address of the user who added, modified, or deleted the record.



Par Levels Report

Displays the per-product inventory levels at all locations that have a Par Level set, and assigns a status and recommended reorder quantity based on the Par Levels set and the Current inventory level.

See the Par Levels article for more details on what this report contains.