Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0 -- Reports and Exported Data

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Caution!! We recommend that you do not run reports or backups during peak hours of use, such as on the hour. Doing so may cause the system to fail.



Report and export data enables you to monitor resource usage, monitor end-user activity, gather billing information, and watch for toll fraud. For example, you can use the data to determine whether the system has enough licenses and appropriate port and capacity configurations to support the number of calls being made by end users. Two areas of the Administration Center provide useful data that you can analyze and save:

  • Reports
  • Maintenance > Export Data


The output produced in these two areas differs in format. The reports area provides information that is formatted in tables, either in HTML or plain text. The Export Information area provides data in comma-delimited text files, which you may sort and format using any generally available third-party report-generation application.


Note: Some export options are provided only in XML format. These export options are provided only to save a subset of configurations that you can later import. Do not modify the exported files before importing.


You choose the destination of the generated report output. Table: Report and Export Destination Options describes the destination options.


Table: Report and Export Destination Options
Destination Description for Reports Description for Exporting

Screen

The report output appears on the screen. From the screen output, you have the option to print the information.

Note: Screen output is limited to 500 results. If the report output exceeds 500 results, the report is sent to a file instead of appearing on the screen.

The exported data appears on the screen. From the screen output, you have the option to print the information.

Note: Screen output is limited to 500 results. If the exported data exceeds 500 results, you must choose the File export destination to view the whole report. Otherwise, only the first 500 results appear in the screen output.

File

The report output is placed in a file, which you choose to either open or save.

  • For plain text report output, use a text-editing program such as Notepad or Wordpad to view or modify the file.
  • For HTML output, use a web browser to view the file.

The exported data is placed in a text file, which you can either open or save.

Note: We recommend that you use the .csv file extension to save the file using the comma-separated values (CSV) file format. Open the saved file with a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel.

Printer

The report output appears on the screen and is sent to a printer. From the screen output, you have the option to print the information again.

Note: Printer output is limited to 500 results. If the report output exceeds 500 results, the report is sent to a file instead of being sent to a printer and appearing on the screen.

The exported data appears on the screen and the Print dialog box is displayed, giving you the option to print the data.

Note: Printer output is limited to 500 results. If the exported data exceeds 500 results, you must choose the File export destination to print the whole report. Otherwise, only the first 500 results appear in the printer output.

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