There are a few methods to pulling resource information from group sales records. You may pull this information differently depending on how the resource was entered on the group record. 

Method #1: Pull Resources from the Itinerary 
Use this method if your organization is entering resources directly on the Group's Itinerary. Here are the steps to check: 
  1. Open an example reservation 
  2. Under Manage Itineraries click the hyperlinked name of the group's itinerary. 
  3. Go to the Resources Tab, if you see resources listed here, you will use this method: User-added image
If your organization is entering resources this way, here are the steps to find those groups in query: 
  1. Go to Analysis > Information Library 
  2. Click Add a new ad-hoc query 
  3. Select the source view of Group Sales Reservations and click OK. 
  4. In the left column, expand Itineraries and highlight Supplies/Equipment Resources or Staffing Resources (depending on which types of resources you'd like to include in your query). From the middle column, drag Name into Include Records where. Set this to be equal to the name of the resource you're looking for. Here is an example: User-added image
Method #2: Pull Resources from the Itinerary Item
Use this method if your organization is entering resources onto individual itinerary items (for example: if you need the resources only for a specific portion of the group's visit or for a specific program). Here are the steps to check: 
  1. Open an example reservation 
  2. Under Manage Itineraries click the hyperlinked name of the group's itinerary. 
  3. On the Schedule Tab, open an itinerary item by double clicking on the itinerary item (can be a scheduled program, daily admission program, or custom item). 
  4. Once the itinerary item is open, go to the Resources tab. If you see resources here, you will use this method: User-added image
If your organization is entering resources this way, here are the steps to find those groups in query: 
  1. Go to Analysis > Information Library 
  2. Click Add a new ad-hoc query 
  3. Select the source view of Group Sales Reservations and click OK. 
  4. In the left column, expand Itineraries. Next since the resource is associated with a specific item, expand the item node. From the item node, highlight Supplies/Equipment Resources or Staffing Resources. From the middle column, drag Name to include records where and set this to be equal to the name of the resource you're looking for. Here is an example: User-added image
Method #3: Pull Resources as Items on the Sales Order
If you need to see information about how much a patron is going to pay for those resources, you can also pull the resources from the Order node. 
  1. Go to Analysis > Information Library 
  2. Click Add a new ad-hoc query 
  3. Select the source view of Group Sales Reservations and click OK. Note: A Sales Order source view may also be used for this method. If using a Sales Order source view, skip Step 4 below. 
  4. In the left column, expand Order. 
  5. Next, expand Sales Order Item, then expand Sales Order Item Supply/Equipment Resource or Staffing Resource.
  6. If entering resources according to Method 1, highlight Itinerary Supplies/Equipment Resources and from the middle column, drag Name into Include Records Where. Set this to be equal to the name of your resource. 
  7. If entering resources according to Method 2, highlight Itinerary Item Supplies/Equipment Resources and from the middle column, drag Name into Include Records Where. Set this to be equal to the name of your resource. 
  8. To add any information about quantity used and cost, highlight Sales Order Item in the left where we previously expanded it. From the middle column, use fields like Net Amount and Quantity to see how much the resource is and how many are being used by that group. Here is an example of how this query might look when finished: User-added image