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Custom reports

What does a custom report tell me?

A custom report is a way to specify precisely what you want to measure across your API program. For instance, you can measure all API traffic generated from a specific client IP address. For information on creating custom reports, see Create custom reports.

A custom report is similar in look and feel to analytics dashboards, however the data that's displayed depends on the metrics and drill-down dimensions you selected when you created the custom report.

How do I view a custom report?

  1. Click Analytics in the main menu. The landing page lists all of the available custom reports.
  2. The Custom Reports table lists the following elements:
    • Report name: Name of the report.
    • Environment: The environment in your org from which data is collected.
    • Metric: The primary measure specified for the report.
    • Report Description: The description of the report.
    • Last Modified: The date and time when the report was last modified.
    • Actions: Buttons for deleting a report and adding custom roles. 
  3. Click a Report Name link to view it.

Custom Report

Chart View

Table View

What do I need to know about custom reports?

  • Dispersion charts

    Shows the range of values over the selected time period for certain metrics.

  • Analyze buttons

    Click Analyze in the Summary table to see more metrics, including Compare to Previous Period and Analyze Anomalies.

  • Table view

    If your custom report includes many rows in the Summary table at the bottom of the Chart view, click Table to access a user-friendly way to scroll through and display the Compare to Previous Period and Analyze Anomalies views of your custom report data.

    Use the Show up to drop-down to control the number of rows you want to display in the table. You can display up to 200 rows at a time.

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