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KM Statistics Report

Hi -

Under KM /Admin Guide / Content Management / Reports, I see a Statistics Report described:

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You can use this report to evaluate and search the content of KM repositories using different criteria. The report searches all repositories, regardless of whether indexes exist.

You can use this report to answer the following questions:

· How many files larger than 5 MB are located in the documents repository?

· How many ZIP files are located in the documents repository?

· How much memory do the files that have been created beneath /documents/Public Documents in the last 14 days need?

My question: Where can I find this report? I see it under Content Administration / KM Content, but where would I actually run it so that I can specify the settings I want to use when I run the report, e.g., "Maximum number of results"?

Thank you!

Message was edited by: Jo De Hart

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2005 at 05:09 PM

    Hi Jo,

    you can find this and the other reports when you open the "Reports" iView. This iView is integrated in the "Content Manager" role.

    So all you have to do is assign yourself the "com.sap.km.ContentManager"-role and go to "Content Management" -> "Reports". A click on "Start" in the "Resource Statistics" section will open a new Report where you will find the settings you are searching.

    Hope this helps,

    Robert

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