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About Job Reports

You can use the Command Center to create and view job reports showing history and statistical information about each instance when a particular job ran, in one or more applications, over a particular time period. You can generate a report for a specific job or for all jobs. You can also generate a report about jobs that ran against one or more specific data files.

Table 54 describes the columns on the Job Report for Email Notification.

Table 54. Columns on the Email Notification Job Report

Job Name

Name of the job


Name of the application

Start Time

Time the job started

End Time

Time the job ended

Time Elapsed

Total running time

Total Email Count

Total number of emails generated

Total Emails Sent

Total number of emails sent successfully

Total Emails Unsent

Total number of emails not sent; messages can be unsent if the job is still processing or due to an error or exception

Total Emails Unresolved

Total number of emails with unresolved status, for example, due to missing email address.

Total Emails Failed

Total number of emails with failed status; an email fails if all retries are unsuccessful

Address Error

Number of times an error occurred with the end rolling email address

Server Error

Number of times a mail server error occurred

Job Status

The current status of the job

Data File

Name of the data file the job used

Percent Complete

The percentage of the job that is currently complete.

To view a job report

  1. Click Reporting on the Command Center menu. The Reporting screen displays.
  2. Click the Job Reports icon to display the Job Reports screen.
  3. Select one or more applications from the menu and then click Submit Query.
  4. To generate a report for a particular job, enter the job name; to get a report for all jobs during a given time frame, leave the job name field blank.

    CAUTION:  Not entering a job name can return a very large data set that can take a long time to load. For heavily trafficked implementations, setting a small date and time range is recommended.

  5. Enter a start and end date, and a start and end time range. Click Popup Calendar to select dates quickly.
  6. To generate a report for one or more data files instead of by job or date range, select the files.

    TIP:   To select or deselect a data file, press Ctrl+Left mouse click.

    CAUTION:  If you select a data file, all other fields for this query are ignored.

  7. Click Submit Query to start the search.

    A Job Report for the selected search criteria displays.

  8. Click Search Again to perform another search for job data.
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