Relatively new to Moodle as an admin so i apologise in advance if I'm missing some basic things here.
I'm hoping someone else has had this request and that i just couldn't find it (if it exists, please link me )
I need a report that will provide a list of course enrolments between certain date ranges that can be filtered between manual enrolments, VetTrak enrolments (our SMS) and Self-Enrolments.
I've found our existing reports don't provide what we need and what was available was wildly inaccurate.
Our instance of Moodle is hosted through a partner who has provided a custom theme which comes with certain reports, sadly these don't meet what is needed.
I've seen in other threads that i should be able to create more robust configurable reports via the configurable reports plugin however i cannot add this block anywhere. Is it possible that it is not available when using certain themes?
Under plugins/blocks i see Configurable Reports listed so i presume it has been installed on our instance, i am just unable to find a way to access it.
If i were, would i be able to create an enrolment method report using this plugin?
Any help on accessing the plugin and using it would be greatly appreciated. I've read through the docs for the plugin but was unable to identify the initial step of finding where to access it once installed.
Again, apologies if this is a first day on the job dumb question - ive just come from a few years working with Canvas so the layout and process for reporting is doing me a number
Otherwise, you might need to contact your hosting provider for help.
And this isn’t a dumb question, if such a thing even exists.
I've been able to add the configurable reports block. This might be able to pull the information needed, if I can configure it correctly.
I couldnt see a field for enrolment method however. is that something that would normally be included as a filter field?
I spoke with our moodle hosting partner and was able to have some assistance with creating the correct SQL to pull this report.
It looks like I'm going to need to do a crash course in SQL to navigate some of the custom reports my organisation needs since nothing was in place when i started.