View Assets and Content Metrics

Service administrators can use the Assets and Content option on the Analytics menu to view content metrics for any repositories, collections, and channels. Repository administrators can view content metrics for any repositories, collections, and channels in which they have the Manager role. A content contributor can view content metrics for any repositories, collections, and channels in which they have the Contributor role.

To view asset and content metrics:

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content Management web application as an administrator, click Analytics in the navigation menu.
  2. In the Analytics menu, click Assets and Content.
  3. Choose a page in the left pane to show detailed metrics, trends, and reports for one the following content objects:

For more information on the analytics data and the features available in the charts, graphs, and reports, see Understand Analytics. For example, you can download a CSV file containing the data being displayed by clicking Export chart data icon.

Repositories Metrics

Service administrators can view content metrics for all repositories or for a specific repository. Repository administrators can view content metrics for any repository in which they have the Manager role. A content contributor can view content metrics for any repository in which they have the Contributor role.

To view repository metrics:

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content Management web application as an administrator, click Analytics in the navigation menu.
  2. In the Analytics menu, click Assets and Content. The Repositories page is shown by default.
  3. By default, you see metrics for all repositories. To display metrics for a specific repository, enter the repository name in the search box at the top of the page.

    When you select a specific repository, you can click the asset metrics in the overview to view the assets in that repository. For example, if you select a repository, then click the Videos metric, you'll be taken to the Assets page, showing only those videos that are in the selected repository.

  4. By default, you see metrics for all content types. To display metrics for a specific content type, select the type from the drop-down list.

The following table describes the content metrics for repositories.

Metric Description
Repositories The number of repositories.
Collections The number of collections in the selected repository.
Assets The number of assets in the selected repository. You also see a breakdown of how many standard, business, and archived assets are included in the asset total.

If you selected a specific repository, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the assets in the selected repository.

Videos The number of videos in the selected repository.

If you selected a specific repository, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the videos in the selected repository.

Channels The number of channels in the selected repository.
Contributors The number of contributors in the selected repository.
Storage Used (MB) The storage used by the selected repository over time, in megabytes, with a bar chart showing the total size of digital assets in blue. Use the drop-down list to select the period for which you want to see data (by default, the last 30 days).
Assets Added The number of assets added over time, in a bar chart, broken down by asset type, with dark blue for digital assets and light blue for content items. Use the drop-down list to select the period for which you want to see data (by default, the last 30 days).
Assets by Class The number of assets added over time, in a bar chart, broken down by asset class, with dark blue for standard assets, light blue for business assets, and yellow for archived assets. Use the drop-down list to select the period for which you want to see data (by default, the last 30 days).
Assets by Content Type The top 10 types by number of assets are shown in a bar chart. The 11th and further ones are bundled together under "Other".
Repositories A table showing the name of each repository followed by its number of total assets, standard assets, business assets, archived assets, videos, collections, channels, and contributors. If your administrator enabled Video Plus, you also see a breakdown of standard and Video Plus videos.
Top Contributors The user names of top contributors for the selected period, and the number of assets added by each contributor, broken down by content items and digital assets. If your administrator enabled Video Plus, you also see the number of advanced videos. Use the drop-down list to select the period for which you want to see data (by default, all time).

For more information on the analytics data and the features available in the charts, graphs, and reports, see Understand Analytics. For example, you can download a CSV file containing the data being displayed by clicking Export chart data icon.

Content Metrics

Service administrators can view all content metrics. Repository administrators can view content metrics for any repository in which they have the Manager role. A content contributor can view content metrics for any repository in which they have the Contributor role.

To view content metrics:

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content Management web application as an administrator, click Analytics in the navigation menu.
  2. In the Analytics menu, click Assets and Content.
  3. Click Content in the left pane.

The following table describes the content metrics.

Metric Description
Published Asset Age - Oldest Assets (in Days) A bar chart that shows the 20 oldest assets. Hover your cursor over a bar to see the asset name, repository, all associated publishing channels, and the corresponding age in those channels.
Assets by Content Type The top 10 types by number of assets are shown in a bar chart. The 11th and further ones are bundled together under "Other".
Top Contributors The user names of top contributors for the selected period, and the number of assets added by each contributor, broken down by content items and digital asset types. If your administrator enabled Video Plus, you also see the number of advanced videos. Use the drop-down list to select the period for which you want to see data (by default, all time).
Assets Review Completed But Not Yet Published The assets that have been reviewed but haven't been published. Each entry includes the asset name, asset creator, the date the asset was reviewed, and how many days have passed since that date.
Orphaned Assets The assets that haven't been published for more than the selected amount of time. This can help you discover assets that might be able to be deleted to reduce the number of assets you're billed for. Each entry includes the asset name, days untouched, the targeted channels, and whether the asset was reviewed. By default, you see assets untouched for more than 30 days, but you can select a different period from the drop-down list. Initially the table is sorted by days untouched.

For more information on the analytics data and the features available in the charts, graphs, and reports, see Understand Analytics. For example, you can download a CSV file containing the data being displayed by clicking Export chart data icon.

Channels Metrics

Service administrators can view content metrics for all channels or for a specific channel. Repository administrators can view content metrics for any channel in which they have the Manager role. A content contributor can view content metrics for any channel in which they have the Contributor role.

To view channel metrics:

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content Management web application as an administrator, click Analytics in the navigation menu.
  2. In the Analytics menu, click Assets and Content.
  3. Click Channels in the left pane.
  4. By default, you see metrics for all channels. To display metrics for a specific channel or for the channels in a specific repository, enter the channel or repository name in the search boxes at the top of the page.

    When you select a specific repository or channel, you can click the asset metrics in the overview to view the assets in that repository or channel. For example, if you select a channel, then click the Published Assets metric, you'll be taken to the Assets page, showing only those published assets that are in the selected channel.

  5. By default, you see metrics for all content types. To display metrics for a specific content type, select the type from the drop-down list.

The following table describes the content metrics for channels.

Metric Description
Channels The number of channels in the selected repository.
Total Assets The total number of assets in the selected channel or repository.

If you selected a specific repository or channel, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the assets in the selected repository or channel.

Published Assets The number of published assets in the selected channel or repository.

If you selected a specific repository or channel, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the published assets in the selected repository or channel.

Pending Assets The number of pending assets in Draft, In Review, Approved, or In Translation state, which have not yet been published to or rejected from the selected channel or repository.

If you selected a specific repository or channel, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the pending assets in the selected repository or channel.

Rejected Assets The number of assets rejected and although targeted, have not been published to the selected channel or repository.

If you selected a specific repository or channel, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the rejected assets in the selected repository or channel.

Published Assets by Age A bar chart that shows how long ago the assets were published, in the selected channel or repository.
Assets Published A bar chart of assets published over time, in the selected channel or repository. Use the drop-down list to select the period for which you want to see data (by default, the last 30 days).
Assets by Content Type and Status A bar chart that shows the number of assets for each content type in the selected channel or repository. Blue is for published assets, green is for pending assets, and gold is for rejected assets.
Top Channels A list of the top channels, with channel names and the number of published, pending, rejected, and total assets in each channel for the selected repository.
Assets by Translation A list of languages for translations, with the number of published, pending, rejected, and total assets for each language in the selected channel or repository.

For more information on the analytics data and the features available in the charts, graphs, and reports, see Understand Analytics. For example, you can download a CSV file containing the data being displayed by clicking Export chart data icon.

Collections Metrics

Service administrators can view content metrics for all collections or for a specific collection. Repository administrators can view content metrics for any collection in which they have the Manager role. A content contributor can view content metrics for any collection in which they have the Contributor role.

To view collection metrics:

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content Management web application as an administrator, click Analytics in the navigation menu.
  2. In the Analytics menu, click Assets and Content.
  3. Click Collections in the left pane.
  4. By default, you see metrics for all collections. To display metrics for a specific collection or for the collections in a specific repository, enter the collection or repository name in the search boxes at the top of the page.

    When you select a specific repository or collection, you can click the asset metrics in the overview to view the assets in that repository or collection. For example, if you select a collection, then click the Published Assets metric, you'll be taken to the Assets page, showing only those published assets that are in the selected collection.

  5. By default, you see metrics for all content types. To display metrics for a specific content type, select the type from the drop-down list.

The following table describes the content metrics for collections.

Metric Description
Collections The number of collections, which can be filtered by repository.
Total Assets The total number of assets, which can be filtered by repository and collection.

If you selected a specific repository or collection, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the assets in the selected repository or collection.

Published Assets The number of published assets, which can be filtered by repository and collection. Each translation for a translated asset is counted separately.

If you selected a specific repository or collection, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the published assets in the selected repository or collection.

Pending Assets The number of pending assets (not yet published), which can be filtered by repository and collection. The assets are in Draft, In Review, Approved, or In Translation states. Each translation for a translated asset is counted separately.

If you selected a specific repository or collection, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the pending assets in the selected repository or collection.

Rejected Assets The number of rejected assets, which have not been published. These can be filtered by repository and collection. Each translation for a translated asset is counted separately.

If you selected a specific repository or collection, click this metric to go to the Assets page and see the rejected assets in the selected repository or collection.

Average Collection Membership per Asset The average number of collections an asset belongs to, in all or a specified repository.
Average Assets per Collection The average number of assets in a collection for all or a specified repository.
Assets by Content Type and Status A bar chart that shows the number of asset publications for each content type in all or a specified repository.
Assets Added A bar chart that shows the number of assets added over time. Use the drop-down list to select the period for which you want to see data (by default, the last 30 days).
Assets Published A bar chart that shows the number of assets published over time. Use the drop-down list to select the period for which you want to see data (by default, the last 30 days).
Top Collections A list of the top collections, with collection and repository names and the number of published, pending, rejected, and total assets in each collection.

For more information on the analytics data and the features available in the charts, graphs, and reports, see Understand Analytics. For example, you can download a CSV file containing the data being displayed by clicking Export chart data icon.