Reporting Overview

From the Reporting screen, you can generate various reports to assist in monitoring performance and operations within your environments. This guide provides an overview of the Reporting section in Environment Operations Center, including its features and how to generate reports.

Getting started

To navigate to the Reporting screen, select Reporting ( image description ) from the left navigation.

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Report Types

This guide outlines the types of reports available in Environment Operations Center for you to monitor activities and the overall health of your environments. Only Access Log Reports are currently available in Env Ops Center. Additional report types will be added in future releases.

The reporting dashboards displayed in Environment Operation Center are a representation of the Kibana log monitoring user interface available. Every time any application or client accesses the server, that data is captured in log files available through Elastic Search. Logs can be searched or filtered in Env Ops Center for particular events or activities.

Access reports

Data is pulled from the Access Logs to build access reports. Information provided by these logs includes client requests to RadiantOne and the responses. The report outlines how long operations run and provides a summary of associated error codes.

Operation types

The types of operations included in Access Reports are:

  • connections:
  • bind: LDAP bind (authentication) requests received by RadiantOne.
  • search: Search (base search, one level search, sub-tree search) requests received by RadiantOne.
  • add: Add entry requests received by RadiantOne.
  • modify: Update entry requests received by RadiantOne.
  • compare: Compare requests received by RadiantOne.
  • delete: Delete requests received by RadiantOne.

Standard report details

The Access Report lists the following details for all operation types:

  • response time interval: how long the operation took to complete (in milliseconds)
  • response time threshold: any operation that exceeds a specified response time.
  • error codes: specified error codes to track
  • date:
  • session ID
  • connection ID
  • operation ID

Unique report details

Details that are unique to each operation type include:



Bind DN (user the operation was issued by).

Base Search

Base DN (entry that was searched for) and the filter.

One Level Search

Base DN (entry where the one level search started from) and the filter.

Sub Tree Search

Base DN (entry where the sub tree search started from) and the filter.


The Entry (DN) to be added.


The object (entry to be modified) and the modification details.


The Entry (DN) to be deleted.


Information about the compare operation.

Generate a report

To generate a report you must select an environment to generate the report for. Optionally, you can also select a time range to filter the data for a specified period of time.

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Select an environment

From the Environment dropdown, select the environment to generate the report for.

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A detailed overview of the various components of the environment, their status, and operational health will display.

For further details on the components of each report, see the report types guide.

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Filter data by time range

You can filter the report data by time range, allowing you to narrow down the data to target a specific time frame.

To filter by time, select a range from the Time Range dropdown.

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Next steps

After reading this guide you should have an understanding of how to generate environment reports to review the operations and health of your environments. For details on reviewing detailed environment logs, see the environment logs guide. To learn how to monitor RadiantOne components, see the monitoring guide.