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Reporting on Replication Jobs

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Hi,

Is there a way to report on history stats n replication jobs?

I want to basically have access to the same data I see when browsing through jobs stats for a specific job but on a list format so I can look for patterns.

I'm seeing specific replication jobs that replicate every two hours go from an average of four minutes to sometimes 8-10 hours and I need to see if there is a pattern somewhere that is causing that.

Thanks
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Re: Reporting on Replication Jobs

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Hi Germano,

You can use cursor keys to go between replication job sessions and look at previous runs of the job. Also have you seen our Enterprise Manager's reporting capabilities?

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Re: Reporting on Replication Jobs

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Yep, you should be able to create Excel export with this data using the Enterprise Manager reports.

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Re: Reporting on Replication Jobs

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I know I can use the cursor keys to go through each run one at a time, but that's too time consuming and very hard to identify the patterns that I'm trying to identify, especially if I need to go back 2-4 weeks. I like the idea of exporting this data to excel with the Enterprise Report Manager and I'm going to check if that's something I have access to.

Thanks

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