Dashboard Reports

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Dashboard Reports


Report Name

Description

Best Practices Analysis Results

This dashboard shows the total violations, errors, performance violations, warnings, and informational messages for your best practices rules.

Execution Dashboard

This dashboard gives one place to view of most common counters of SSIS package execution, including top 20 slow packages, fast packages, minimum used packages, maximum used packages, recent data extracts, recent data loads.

Extract/Load Trend Dashboard

Provides graphical view of extract and load trend over several years, weeks, months and days.

Extract/Load Detail Dashboard

Provides extract/load detail (e.g. row count, source/target information, query, file name ...) about each Data Flow in each package execution.

Package Performance Dashboard

Provides package level performance graph for specified interval (weeks, months and days).

Package & Task Performance Dashboard

Provides package and task level performance graphs for specified interval (years, weeks, months and days).

Package Alerts Dashboard

Provides detailed error/warning report including package level errors (package level errors not listed in any other report)

Package Execution Trend Dashboard

This report provides many useful information about trend of package runtime, task runtime and errors/warnings.

Recent Executions Summary Dashboard

Provides information of execution status of packages including performance detail, variable values, error/warning messages, row count, machine name, username and other useful information. If you want to see task level detail then use Recent Executions Detail Report

Recent Executions Detail Dashboard

Provides information of execution status of packages/tasks including performance detail, variable values, error/warning messages, row count, machine name, username and other useful information.

Runtime Standard Deviation Dashboard

This report displays packages which are running slower or faster than usual trend. Difference of Current vs. Average Runtime is compared to Standard Deviation to determine considerable increase or drop in performance.