Voyager Web Reports

Voyager Web Reports:

Voyager Web Reports is a web-based reporting tool designed by CARLI IT staff to provide an easy way for I-Share library staff to run reports against their Voyager databases without the need to install the Oracle/ODBC client and Microsoft Access. A CARLI Voyager Oracle Account and a web browser are the only requirements to use Voyager Web Reports.

Watch a brief video introduction of Voyager Web Reports

Log in using your existing Oracle account username and password, the same one that you would currently use to run reports and queries against your Voyager database in Microsoft Access.  I-Share Liaisons can request new Oracle accounts for staff members who do not already have one by filing a WRO for a "Voyager Oracle Account Request".

A complete list of reports currently on Voyager Web Reports can be found on the All Available Reports page. 

Voyager Web Reports single report submission screen
The submission screen for a report in Voyager Web Reports.

Results can be viewed, sorted, and searched directly in your web browser, or they can be downloaded in CSV format for local manipulation. The reports come from the I-Share Shared SQL for Voyager Reports, or from the stock set of queries provided by Ex Libris in Voyager's default Reports.mdb file.

Voyager Web Reports single report result screen
The results screen for a report in Voyager Web Reports.

There are reports in Acquisitions, Circulation, Statistics, System Administration, Universal Borrowing, and Cataloging--including many of the Suggested Priorities for Bibliographic, Holding, and Item Record Maintenance--and we will add more over time.  If you have suggestions for new reports to add to the site, please send an email to

Voyager Web Reports Results screen
View All Results

A Documentation page is available from the drop-down menu in the upper right-hand corner of the site to provide more details on how to use Voyager Web Reports:

Voyager Web Reports Menu
Drop down menu in the upper right corner with link to Documentation, a link to submit Feedback, a link to the All Available Reports page, the option to Toggle on/off the right sidebar, and Logout.

Voyager Web Reports will allow you to enter custom parameters on some reports, but you cannot alter the queries in any other way or design your own queries. Traditional reporting via Oracle/ODBC and Microsoft Access on your PC will continue to be available for more complex reporting tasks, query customization, and designing new queries. Not all Microsoft Access queries can be converted to this web-based format, so traditional reporting with Microsoft Access will still be necessary for more complicated queries.

A Change Log of past and ongoing improvements to the Voyager Web Reports is posted on GitHub.

CARLI's list of software development issues, improvements, and new reports that are being tracked for possible future implementation in Voyager Web Reports is available at  This is an open-source software project, and the source code will be posted to the GitHub code repository in the future.

If you have any questions, feedback, or suggestions for new reports to add to the site, please send an email to or use the "Feedback" link in the upper right-hand corner of the Voyager Web Reports site.