How do you use the Report Run History to track performance?


In the 3.5 platform release, a new feature was added allowing you to track the performance and monitor who runs queries and reports in Report Builder. A flag can be set on the report definition that will track who has run the report, and the time it took to retrieve the information from the database. Enabling this tracking causes just a slight overhead, but it should still be used with caution.

Once enabled, you will need to let your users use the system for a while, so that some data can be saved. Once a few days goes by, you can then start to analyze what is happening in your system…

  • Which reports have run the longest overall?
  • Of the reports that have run, which have the average longest runtime?
  • For the users in the system, who runs the most reports?
  • Of the users in the system, who have run the longest reports?

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