Three standard ESlog Configurations are provided with ESdat, designed for reporting a test pit, a typical contaminated site investigation borehole, and a typical groundwater well.
Each Configuration has a GEDTS and Template file.
The GEDTS file provides the instructions on how the data is extracted from ESdat and provided to ESlog. This file can only be modified as a part of an implementation service, or if you have your own instance of ESdat Server it can be modifed by an admin user.
The Template File controls how the provided data is displayed. Templates are a JSON format file and can be modified by a user familiar with JSON.
Users can select the configuration that best fits their needs. These configurations can be further modified as part of an implementation service or as described above.