NOTE: Before you can use Banner ePrint, you'll need an account on your organization's application system, an appropriate Internet browser and a free copy of Adobe® Reader. If you need more information about these prerequisites, see the "Before You Start..." topic.

Access to Banner ePrint can be gained either by direct login, as described below, if using a Luminis connection, via a channel link or via an outside login process (for example, single signon is one type of outside login).

To login directly into ePrint, follow the instructions below.

1. Key in your user ID and password.

Logging into ePrint is similar to logging into your application system. In fact, the Login dialog should look very familiar. Simply key in your application user ID and password at the prompts. If the cursor is not already in the "User ID" field, just click inside the field to insert the cursor before you start typing. Then you can tab to the other two fields on this page.

Type carefully! If you repeatedly attempt to log in with the wrong password, your account will be "locked." In order to obtain access to ePrint again, you must contact your system administrator and request that your account be unlocked.

2. Select a repository.

Select an appropriate repository from the drop-down list provided. The repositories for your organization were defined during system setup. A repository is a set of reports, along with security data and other rules that will enable ePrint to access the data you'll need. Once you select a repository, you will not be able to change it unless you log out of the system and log in again.

Click the Enter button.

Select the Enter button after you have keyed in and selected the appropriate information. The highest level report selection page for the repository you selected will appear. See "Using the Repository List" for more information.

NOTE: If the repository is set up for shared signon, you may log into ePrint via another system. If so, you will not see the user login window; you will simply click on the ePrint link to access the system and open the repository list.

Related Topics

Introduction to Banner ePrint
What You'll Need to Get Started
Logging Out of Banner ePrint