Reports

Overview

AutoMate BPA Server encompasses a diverse set of reporting tools to gather and display information about all aspects of the AutoMate environment. Users can collect an assortment of statistics, such as execution statistics, historical performance, audit events, repository content details, workflow objects, trigger activities and much more. A wide variety of graphs, charts, and tables can be used to display such information in an organized and comprehensive fashion. All information generated into reports are centrally stored on the server so administrators can easily monitor operations and quickly react to any issues that may occur.

Each reporting tool is equipped with a variety of options which can be fully customized allowing each chart, table or calendar to be tailor made for each group, department or organization. Workflow performance reporting is centralized so administrators can easily monitor operations and quickly react to any issues that may occur. The complete list of reports can be accessed from the Server Management Console via the Reports tab.

Available Reports

The table below lists the available reporting modules found in the SMC along with a brief description.  For more details about each reporting component, click the associated link.

Report Name / Link
Description

Task Execution Chart

 

 

Supplies detailed information about task performance using rich graphical charts. Users can examine minimum, maximum, and average execution times and view total task success and failures. Filter options include execution analysis based on a pre-defined or custom date range as well as  performance of a single task, tasks grouped by folders or all tasks.  Chart customization is utilized through intuitive menus, dialogs and toolbars. Over 20 different chart types can be displayed. Other features include customizable legends, ready-to-use color palettes,2D-3D views, per-marker attributes, grid lines, background images and border objects.

Workflow Execution Chart

Supplies detailed information about workflow performance using rich graphical charts. Attributes are Similar to the Task Execution Chart, whereas, users can examine minimum, maximum, and average execution times and view total success and failures. Filter options include execution based on a pre-defined or custom date range performance of a single workflow, group of workflows  or all workflows. Over 20 different chart types can be displayed. Other features include customizable legends, ready-to-use color palettes,2D-3D views, per-marker attributes, grid lines, background images and border objects.

Audit Events

Provides a table view of all the auditing events related to Automate BPA Server. This includes events such as when a trigger, task or workflow was created, modified, deleted or renamed. Other events include when an Agent was registered or unregistered, when a license was added or removed, when a task or workflow was imported or exported and a number of other events. Users can categorize the report based on a variety of predefined date ranges or a custom date range, add or omit specific data types in which to include to the report, sort columns in descending or ascending order, use the Filter Editor to create custom filters and export tables to a variety of file formats.

Execute Events

Provides a table view of executed tasks and workflows. Users can categorize the report by the current day, previous day, last week or month, before or after a particular date/time, or a custom date range. Reports can be generated for a single object  all objects or objects  categorized into separate folders. Data can be sorted and grouped against an unlimited number of columns. A Filter Editor enables the creation of custom filters and reports can be exported to HTML, XML, XLS and TXT file formats, among others.

WorkFlow Triggers

Provides a table view of all the triggers (events or conditions) associated with each workflow. Users can run a report for a single workflow, all workflows or workflows that are categorized into separate folders, add or omit specific columns in which to include to the report, use the Filter Editor to enable the creation of custom filters and export the table  to a variety of file formats.

Repository Table

Provides a table view of all repository items, including workflows, tasks, events and conditions in table format. Users can run the report for a single object, all objects or objects that are categorized into separate folders, add or omit specific columns in which to include to the report and use the Filter Editor to enable the creation of custom filters.

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