This topic describes how to run out-of-the-box reports and provides the list of out-of-the-box reports:

Before you begin

Use the TrueSight Server Automation - Data Warehouse console to ensure that the first extract, transform, and load (ETL) run has been completed before you run the reports. For more information, see Viewing the ETL statusThe first ETL run must finish before running the reports or you might have missing data errors. 

To run a report

  1. Log in to TrueSight Server Automation - Data Warehouse. The TrueSight Smart Reporting Home page appears.

    1. To view the home page for the console on Microsoft Windows or UNIX systems, click Start > Programs > TrueSight Server Automation - Data Warehouse > Console.
      Alternatively, you can enter the following address into a web browser: 

      • reportsServer is the server that hosts TrueSight Server Automation - Data Warehouse
      • portNumber is the web server secure port that you specified during installation. 
    2. In the User Name and Password fields, enter the user credentials. By default, the password is hidden. To view the password, click .

    3. In Site, select a site. The Primary Site is the default site.
    4. In Authentication Method, select a authentication method. SRP is the default authentication method.
    5. Click LOG IN.
    6. In the Roles window, select the role you want to use and click OK. Through role-based access control (RBAC), you can be granted multiple roles, but you can use only one role at a time.

  2. In the left navigation bar, expand By Folder > TrueSight Server Automation - Data Warehouse.

  3. Expand one of the following folders for the type of report that you want to view. For example, to run the Patch Summary report, select the Patching folder.

  4. All the available reports are displayed in the main pane. For example, if you click the Inventory folder, the following window is displayed:

    Click Layout to view the list of reports in ThumbNails or List view.

  5. Double-click the type of report that you want to generate.

  6. In the Filters panel, specify values for the basic parameters required to generate the report. This system displays a prompt to allow you to select the time period and other attributes. For example, specify a time range, the interval (daily, weekly, monthly, or quarterly), and other report-specific parameters. 

  7. Click GO. The report is displayed. For example, if you click the Inventory Summary report, the report is displayed in the following format: 

    The date and time format for the reports is dd/mm/yyyy mm:ss (for example, 23/03/2018 02:15 PM).

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