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Managing On-Demand requests

Administrators can manage the execution of On-Demand report requests.

You can open the On-Demand requests page by clicking on Admin and selecting On-Demand requests, or by typing the URL https://YourServer:4993/#/admin/ondemand in your browser.

Filtering requests

By default, all in-progress or finished requests are displayed. You can filter requests by View or Date range. You can also search by user name. Clicking the black triangles next to the header titles of any column will sort column items alphabetically.

The View drop-down list has the following options:

  • All executions
  • In progress
  • Finished

There are two Date range drop-down lists:

  • Created:
    • Created
  • All time:
    • All time
    • Today
    • Yesterday
    • This week
    • This month
    • Last 7 days
    • Last 30 days
    • Custom: Lets you set a specific date range.

To search by user, type the user name you are looking for into the search form on the right. The list of requests will be dynamically filtered.

Request status

Request fields
Field Description
Report The name of the report.
User The name of the user.

A blinking status means that the request is running. A fixed status means that the request has finished, or stopped with Warning, Failed, or Aborted.

Created Date and time the request was created.
Elapsed time The amount of time the request has been processing.
Actions An Abort button will appear in this field when a report is running.

You can change the number of visible rows by clicking on the numbered buttons at the bottom of the page.

There are several types of Status:

  • Warning: some reports are created correctly, but some have problems.
  • Failed: all reports have problems.
  • Running (only blinking): everything is going well, but the request is still in execution.
  • Completed (only fixed): all reports have been correctly created and delivered.
  • Queued: request is waiting to start its execution.
  • Aborted: request execution was manually stopped because the user pressed the Abort button in the request detail page.

Aborting requests

To abort a single running request, go to Actions, and click Abort.

You can also abort several requests at once.

Do the following:

  1. Select one or more boxes to the left of the report names.

    To select all reports, click the top or bottom box.

  2. At the bottom of the list, click the Abort drop-down.

  3. Click Go.

    This will abort all selected requests. A green message for each request appears above the request list.

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