Category :Reports and Graphs

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Free Domino Data with Web APIs Application Program Interfaces (APIs) are widely used in our everyday lives, whether you are aware of it or not. For example, while viewing the website of the new restaurant you see its location on an embedded Google map; you have just interacted with the Google Maps API. Companies leverage..

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  Going forward VitalSigns monitoring will focus on reporting, and ultimately assuring a high level of data quality with a long range goal of assuring successful business performances.  In that vein, the list of reports that VitalSigns can produce related to IBM Connections continues to expand.   Critical investments usually require monitoring to assure a..

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  We are showing off a number of new reports designed to give insight into the user adaption and activity level of IBM Connections.  If you happen to be in Toronto, be sure to come by and meet/greet with Alan Forbes and Jim Engle  

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Sometimes we have people ask us “how can I be sure that VitalSigns itself is running?”  Great question!  In other words, how do I monitor the monitor? A new feature is now added to the latest VitalStatus template answers this question.   With each update to the VitalStatus database, the VitalSigns monitoring service updates a document..

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We got a question from a new customer this morning asking the difference between Mail.Delivered, Mail.Transferred, and Mail.TotalRouted on the mail volume reports.  Great question! Mail.Delivered is incremented each time a message is deposited by the router into a user’s mailbox on this server Mail.Transferred is incremented each time a message is forwarded to another..

Posted in : Clusters, Reports and Graphs on by : VitalSigns Comments: 0

When you set up Domino cluster monitoring using Servers & Devices, a Cluster Report will automatically be created on each scan, and stored in the \HTML directory.   In the reports module, select the report “Cluster Status: Name” where Name is the name you assigned to the cluster when you configured it.  The button “View Report”..

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The reports module has been dramatically expanded to allow reporting on any tracked Domino statistic: To use you select the Report Type of “Domino Statistic” then select the statistic you would like from the list.  The final column is either a Total or an Average, depending on what you select.

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Added two new reports, Daily and Weekly down time, which is measured in minutes. There is also a new option in Alerts preferences which allows you to set an interval to resend alerts while a server is down.