View Reports and Metrics

You can view reports on your users and documents usage to help you understand how your system is being used.

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content and Experience web application as an administrator, click Analytics in the navigation menu.

  2. In the Analytics menu, click Reports and Metrics.

  3. Select a report:

    • User List: Shows basic system information about each user in the Oracle Content and Experience instance. The report is displayed in order by user ID (email address).
      • Object ID—The system-assigned numerical ID for the user object.
      • GUID—The system-assigned numerical ID for the user. This is the user's unique identifier within the system, of the form /ServiceRoot/GUID/. In the user interface these are decoded to the user's name, but the exported report doesn't show the user's name.
      • User—The user name, typically the email address.
      • User Name—The user’s display name.
      • Enabled—Indicates whether the user is enabled (T) or disabled (F) on the system.
      • Service Administrator—Indicates the roles for the user. T means the user is assigned the role. F means the user isn’t assigned the role. If all user role entries are F, the user is an Employee without any additional roles.
    • User Logins by Device Type: Shows each user and the number of logins using each client/device. The report is displayed in user name order.
    • Documents Usage Log: Shows the following information about the documents in your system, within the last three months:
      • Activity—The type of activity performed (upload, view, download, delete).
      • Date—The date the activity occurred (based on UTC timezone).
      • User Name—The user that performed the activity.
      • Type—The target of the activity (file or folder).
      • Parent—The name of the parent folder.
      • Name—The name of the file or folder.
      • GUID—The unique identifier of the file or folder.
      • File Size—The size of the file, in megabytes.

      You can filter this report by date range, user, and action.

      Columns are all sortable when downloading CSV to Microsoft Excel. For the onscreen report, it is sorted by activity date in descending order (most recent activity at the top). No other field is sortable on the screen.

    • Asset Activities: Shows the following information about asset events:
      • Asset—The name and ID of the asset. Click the name to view the asset.
      • Content Type—The content type the item is based on, or digital asset.
      • Activity—The type of activity that occurred.
      • Activity Detail—The specifics of the activity.
      • Version—The asset version.
      • Performed by—The user that performed the activity.
      • Date—The date and time the activity occurred (based on UTC timezone).

      You can filter by repository, date, activity type, and content type. You can also search for specific assets or events. Columns are all sortable when downloading CSV to Microsoft Excel. For the onscreen report, it is sorted by date in descending order (most recent activity at the top). No other field is sortable on the screen.

    • User Activities: Shows the following information about user activities for the specified period:
      • Object—The name and GUID of the object on which the activity was performed.
      • Object Type—The type of object, for example, digital asset, content item, or repository.
      • Parent—The repository in which the object is stored.
      • Activity—The type of activity that occurred.
      • Activity Detail—The specifics of the activity.
      • Version—The asset version.
      • Performed by—The user that performed the activity.
      • Date—The date and time the activity occurred.

      You can filter the report by date, user, activity type, or object type. You can also search for a particular user, activity, or object.

    The User List and User Logins by Device Type reports are based on the entire history of your Oracle Content and Experience instance. The Documents Usage Log, Asset Activities, and User Activities reports are based on the last three months of activity.

    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.

You can view additional metrics in the Infrastructure Console or the Infrastructure Classic Console, depending on the type of your Oracle Content and Experience subscription: