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Insight ships with a number of reports that help you analyze data related to objects in Insight. Most of the reports are also available as gadgets



Object Time Report

The Object Time Report gives you information on number of hours spent on issues related to certain Insight object(s
) over time. You can narrow down the report by selecting certain Jira project(s).

This report is good to use when you want to measure the amount of hours spent on certain object(s). It gives you a hint on which objects are most costly for your organization.

This report can answer questions like:

  • How many hours were spent on a selected scope of assets in the first quarter? 
  • How many more hours were spent on asset A compared to asset B in August?




Object Count Report

The Object Count Report gives you information of the increased number of objects over time. You can narrow down the report to be based on specific Object Type(s).

If you select an Object Type that has inheritance, objects from it's children Object Types will be included as well. To be able, in this case, to see report for the parent Object Type only, add the following query in IQL field: objectType="parent-Object-Type-name".

This report is good to use when you want to analyze the growth of objects in Insight, it can be used to compare number of objects per object type.

This report can answer questions like:

  • How many components are parts of this particular system?
  • How many computers do we have compared to number of employees?



Issue Count Report

The Issue Count Report gives you information on the issue growth over time on certain Object Types and Objects. You can narrow down the report to only show issues i certain Jira project(s). The result will be presented in a bar chart where you also can see the amount of different issue types per day. If you select an Object Type that has inheritance, objects from it's child Object Types will not be included.

This powerful report is good to use when you want to analyse the increase or decrease of certain issue types over time related to certain Objects or Object Types.

This report can answer questions like: 

  • How many bugs were reported on asset A in June compared to July?
  • How many feature requests have been created compared to number of bugs on asset family Q for the last year?
  • How many faults have been reported on asset A, B and C from project Alpha and Beta in the last six months?



User Report

The User Report gives you information about how many objects your users are responsible for. This report can answer questions like: How many servers does Tommy manage? What about Amir? Should we perhaps split the servers more evenly between them?

If you select an Object Type that has inheritance, objects from it's child Object Types will not be included.

Project Time Report

The Project Time Report gives you information on number of hours spent on objects through Jira Issue(s) connected to them over time for a specific Jira project. This report is good to use when you want to measure the amount of hours spent on certain object(s) for a specific project. It gives you a hint which objects are most costly for your project. 

This report can answer questions like:

  • How many hours are spent on these assets in the first quarter?
  • How many more hours are spent on asset A compared to asset B?

Catalog Report

The Catalog Report gives you an overview of either a schema or object type.

If you select an Object Type that has inheritance, objects from it's children Object Types will be included as well. To be able in this case to see report for the parent Object Type only, add the following query in IQL field: objectType="parent-Object-Type-name".

The number of levels decides how specific the report will be, the more levels the more info you get on object attributes and referenced objects. If you want to work with this data any further you can get it in either JSON or XML format.

Attribute Pie Chart 

The Attribute Pie Chart report gives you information about how your objects are divided by attributes. For example, the picture to the right tells how offices are divided among continents. If you select an Object Type that has inheritance, objects from it's child Object Types will not be included.


Two Dimensional Report

The Two Dimensional Report gives you information about how your objects are divided based on attributes. If you select an Object Type that has inheritance, objects from it's child Object Types will not be included.

(DEPRECATED) Integration with Jira Activity Stream


Insight can publish changes on objects to the activity stream. In the current version, Insight only publishes the changes to the activity stream and rendering the activity stream do not take permissions in consideration. If this is important, we suggest you to not use this feature. You can enable/disable this feature in the object schema configuration.



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