Running the Deployment Total Duration Report

To run a report:

  1. Set the reporting period.

    Use the Date Range date-picker to set the report's start- and end-dates. The selected value(s) determines the columns in the tabular report, and the coordinate interval on the graph's x-axis. Default value: Current Month.

    Date Range table

    Field Description
    Current, Prior Week Start day is either Sunday or Monday, depending on what is defined in your system. Reporting interval is set to days.
    Current, Prior Month Start day is first day of the month. Reporting interval is set to days.
    Current, Prior Quarter Quarters are bound by calendar year. Reporting interval is set to weeks.
    Current, Prior Year Reporting interval is set months.
    Custom Displays the Custom pop-up which enables you to pick an arbitrary start- and end-date.

    The start-time is automatically set to 00:00 (24-hour clock) for the selected date in the reporting period.

    The end-time is automatically set to 24:00 for the selected date.

  2. Set the report filters.

    Filters are set with the properties drop-down list boxes. To set a filter, select it from the corresponding property list box.

    Filters table

    Field Description

    Only deployments executed by the selected application(s) appear in the report. To select applications:

    1. Click the Application button.

    2. To include an application in the report, click the corresponding check box.

      If a large number of applications are listed, type the first few letters of the application's name in the text box to scroll the list. Multiple applications can be selected.

    3. Click OK.

    Status Only deployments with the selected status appear in the report. Default value: Success or Failure, which means all deployments.
    Plugin Only deployments that used the selected plug-in appear in the report. Default value: Any.


    The Any value also includes deployments that did not use a plug-in.

  3. Run the report.

    Click the Run button to apply your filter conditions to the data and produce the report.

A tabular report and line graph are produced. Each environment used by a reporting application is represented by an individual plot line and table row. You can hide a plot line by clicking the corresponding item in the graph legend. To see information about a graph coordinate, hover the mouse over the graph point.

You can zoom a graph area by dragging the mouse over the area.

For information about saving and printing reports, see Saving and Printing Reports.