LDS MLS Tools

MyWard is MIS & MLS data conversion to HTML

 

MLs Reports

MyWard is a Windows based MIS & MLS (as of version 1.5) data conversion utility to help LDS church leadership have access to ward member information in HTML format and, in turn, to carry that information with them on handheld devices.

MyWard was designed to generate html files, the main purpose was to create files that could be read on PDAs. You can also can set up MyWard to automatically create file formats for iSilo, Plucker, and YanCEyWare formats. Both iSilo and Plucker formats can be read across platforms (i.e. Pocket PC and Palm OS).

 MLS to MIS Script

Ward Tools is divided into three sections:

  • Members - List of members with their families and records. This section includes each members record, the family’s Home and Visiting Teachers, member’s individual information and callings, and individual Home and Visiting Teaching assignments.
  • Callings - Each organization is shown with the members and the positions they hold. Clicking on a member in this area will take you to their record.
  • Reports - Reports can be run against your ward or stake data. A default set of reports is provided, however these reports can be edited to return the data in a format you need. New reports can be added and customized for your needs.

 

MLs Reports
mlsdir.txt
Select "Membership Directory" in MLS and save the report using this file name.
mlsorg.txt
Select "Callings by Organization" in MLS and save the report using this file name.
htdist.txt
Select "Home Teaching Districts" in MLS and save the report using this file name.
htcomp.txt
Select "Home Teaching Companionships" in MLS and save the report using this file name.
ht.txt
Select "Families being Home Taught" in MLS and save the report using this file name.
vtdist.txt
Select "Visiting Teaching Districts" in MLS and save the report using this file name.
vtcomp.txt
Select "Visiting Teaching Companionships" in MLS and save the report using this file name.
vt.txt
Select "Sisters being Home Taught" in MLS and save the report using this file name.