FileGPS Reports are the InfoGraphics that depict the statistics of the data that was processed between the hubs.
Login > Dashboard > Reports:
Reports provide diversified options to view the file statistics. These are the below
- Dashboard Report
- Reports Viewer
- Dynamic Reports
- Path Analysis
1. Dashboard Reports:
It shows the Transaction statistics of each application. It is also called an Application Transaction Report
Figure 1: Dashboard reports of all Transactions
We can also get Transaction details of selected applications by selecting application drop-down, after selecting the application names click on retrieve option
Figure 2: Dashboard reports of selected Transactions
2. Reports Viewer:
This Report viewer shows all reports and my reports designed in dynamic reports module on the breadcrumb.
By default, it will show All Reports
All Reports: It will show all reports created in dynamic reports, these reports can visible to all users.
By clicking on the report, it will show the popup with that particular report.
All reports have the edit option where we can edit of the generated report. By clicking on the edit option, itself will navigate the page to dynamic reports module where we can change our own report as per requirement
Figure 3: Report Viewer of All Reports and My Reports
By clicking on My Reports on the breadcrumb
My Reports: It will show the reports that created in dynamic reports, these reports can visible to that particular user created so that he can edit and delete it
By clicking on the report, it will show the popup with that particular report
My reports have the edit option where we can edit the generated report. By clicking on the edit option, itself will navigate the page to dynamic reports module where we can change our own report as per requirement.
My reports have the delete option where we can delete the generated report. By clicking on the delete option, it will delete that particular report
3. Dynamic Reports:
This Dynamic report can be called as Report designer where we can generate our own reports/Info Graphs based on our requirement.
Figure 4: Dynamic Reports
For example, In this above FileTransferInfoGraphics where the dynamic reports are generated, we have selected the ‘CLIENTNAME’ and ‘NODEID’ on x-axis with ‘PRAGMAEDGE’ AND ‘SFG/MQFTE’ as x-axis filters; below is the report generated.
Figure 5: Dynamic Reports
Database Table: It shows the database table list. By clicking on it, it will display the column names of that particular table.
Column Names: It shows the list of column names of the above data table.
By dragging column names to the x-axis, the query will be generated automatically in the query textbox. Multiple column names and values can be dragged here. By clicking on the particular column name in the x-axis, it displays the column values related to that particular column.
Drag the column values to the x-axis filter. By default, y-axis contains count filter for x-axis column values as shown in Fig 6 & 7.
Figure 6: Dynamic Reports with X-Axis
Figure 7: Dynamic Reports X-Axis filter and Y-Axis
Time Range: By default, the field takes one year as time range, select the date range required for report generation.
Type of Graph: It contains multiple graphical representations such as Treemap chart, Bar chart, Pie chart, Funnel chart, Bubble chart, Polar chart, Stacked bar, and Tree chart. Upon selection of the type of chart, the graph will be displayed in the content area.
Generate Report: After selecting the entire information click on generate the report, It will display the reports.
Save Report: To save a generated report, provide report name and select the type of report and graph. Then click on the save button, it will automatically save in report viewer.
Reset Report: Clicking on the reset button, will reset the entire page.
Figure 8: Dynamic Reports Generation
4. Path Analysis:
Path Analysis Shows the connection of node paths based on a time range.
Time Range: By default, it shows the current quarter, for a required report with specific criteria select the date range
Path Analysis: By default, all paths are added for a report and by clicking on the path analysis names it will remove the paths to the graph
For example, below is the path analysis that was generated for the quarter-time range
Figure 9: Path Analysis