Run Reports

To run Oracle Identity Cloud Service reports, you must be assigned to the identity domain administrator role, the audit administrator role, or the application administrator role.

See Add or Remove a User Account from an Administrator Role for more information about assigning administrator roles to users.

Run the Successful Login Attempts Report

You can use the Successful Login Attempts report to view users who have logged in to Oracle Identity Cloud Service successfully.

  1. In the Identity Cloud Service console, expand the Navigation Drawer, and then click Reports.
  2. In the Reports page, expand the Users node.
  3. Click the Successful Login Attempts report. Detailed report information appears.
  4. Filter the data that appears in the Successful Login Attempts report by completing one of the following options:
    • To view successful login attempts over a period of days, click 30 Days or 60 Days or 90 Days.
    • To specify a custom date range, click Custom Dates. To activate a date picker tool to select this date range, click the Calendar icon in the Start Date and End Date fields.

    Tip:

    You can sort the report data in the table in ascending or descending order.
  5. To download a comma-separated values (CSV) version of the report, click Download Report.

Run the Unsuccessful Login Attempts Report

You can use the Unsuccessful Login Attempts report to view users who have not logged in to Oracle Identity Cloud Service successfully.

  1. In the Identity Cloud Service console, expand the Navigation Drawer, and then click Reports.
  2. In the Reports page, expand the Users node.
  3. Click the Unsuccessful Login Attempts report. Detailed report information appears.
  4. Filter the data that appears in the Unsuccessful Login Attempts report:
    • To view unsuccessful login attempts over a period of days, click 30 Days or 60 Days or 90 Days.
    • To specify a custom date range, click Custom Dates. To activate a date picker tool to select this date range, click the Calendar icon in the Start Date and End Date fields.

    Tip:

    You can sort the report data in the table in ascending or descending order.
  5. To download a comma-separated values (CSV) version of the report, click Download Report.

Run the Application Access Report

You can use the Application Access report to view how many times users logged in to both Oracle Identity Cloud Service, and Oracle and custom applications in your identity domain.

  1. In the Identity Cloud Service console, expand the Navigation Drawer, and then click Reports.
  2. In the Reports page, expand the Applications node.
  3. Click the Application Access report. Detailed report information appears.
  4. Filter the data that appears in the Application Access report:
    • To view how many times users logged in to Oracle Identity Cloud Service, their Oracle applications, or their custom applications over a period of days, click 30 Days or 60 Days or 90 Days.
    • To specify a custom date range, click Custom Dates. To activate a date picker tool to select this date range, click the Calendar icon in the Start Date and End Date fields.

    Tip:

    You can sort the report data in the table in ascending or descending order.
  5. To download a comma-separated values (CSV) version of the report, click Download Report.

Run the Application Role Privileges Report

You can use the Application Role Privileges report to view application role grants and revokes for users and groups for applications that are configured in Oracle Identity Cloud Service.

  1. In the Identity Cloud Service console, expand the Navigation Drawer, and then click Reports.
  2. In the Reports page, expand the Applications node.
  3. Click the Application Role Privileges report. Detailed report information appears.
  4. Filter the data that appears in the Application Role Privileges report by performing one of the following options:
    • To view application role grants and revokes for applications that are configured in Oracle Identity Cloud Service over a period of days, click 30 Days or 60 Days or 90 Days.
    • To specify a custom date range, click Custom Dates. To activate a date picker tool to select this date range, click the Calendar icon in the Start Date and End Date fields.

    Tip:

    You can sort the report data in the table in ascending or descending order.
  5. To download a comma-separated values (CSV) version of the report, click Download Report.

Run the Diagnostic Data Report

Use the Diagnostic Data report to view logging data captured in Oracle Identity Cloud Service for diagnostic purposes.

  1. In the Identity Cloud Service console, expand the Navigation Drawer, click Settings, and then click Diagnostics.
  2. Click Diagnostics Type to set the Oracle Identity Cloud Service log level.
    • To capture high-level logging information only, select Activity View.
    • To capture both mid-level and high-level logging information, select Data View.
    • To capture detailed logging information, select Service View.
  3. Click Save to activate data logging in Oracle Identity Cloud Service. You can view logging data captured over the next 15 minutes for diagnostic purposes.

    Note:

    After 15 minutes, the Oracle Identity Cloud Service log level reverts to None automatically.
  4. In the Identity Cloud Service console, go to the Reports page.
  5. In the Reports page, expand the Diagnostics node.
  6. Click the Diagnostic Data report. Detailed report information appears.
  7. Filter the data that appears in the Diagnostic Data report:
    • To view logging data captured in Oracle Identity Cloud Service over a period of minutes, click 15 Minutes or 30 Minutes or 60 Minutes.
    • To specify a custom date and time range, click Custom Time. To activate date and time picker tools to select the range, click the Calendar and Clock icons in the Start Time and End Time fields.
  8. Click Log Type, and then select the Activity View, Data View, or Service View log level.
    This log level contains logging data that you want Oracle Identity Cloud Service to capture.
  9. To download a comma-separated values (CSV) version of the report, click Download Report.