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Worker Activities

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With the Worker Activities Dashboard, you can view how many minutes and how many seconds the workers working in Orchestrator worked in the time interval you specified, how many times which process worked, how busy each worker was at which time of the day, and more information about your workers. There are a total of 9 panels and tables in the Worker Activities Dashboard.

  • Worker-App-Process Selection Filter
  • SumOfProcessDurationInMinutes
  • SumOfProcessDurationInSeconds
  • Worker – Process Count By Started Date
  • Process Duration By Started Date
  • Worker Busyness Chart
  • Running Workers
  • Running Processes Table
  • Waiting Process Queue Table

Worker-App-Process Selection Filter

Work-App-Process Selection Filter is a filtering screen that allows you to view the information shown in this dashboard by filtering it for Worker, App and Process.

Sum of Process Duration in Minutes

In the Sum of Process Duration in Minutes panel, you can view the total number of minutes the workers in your Orchestrator worked during the selected time interval.

Sum of Process Duration in Seconds

In the Sum of Process Duration in Seconds panel, you can view the total number of seconds the workers in your Orchestrator worked during the selected time interval.

Worker-Process Run List

You can view the information about which process has run how many times from the Worker-Process Run List panel.

In addition, by clicking on each process, you can switch to a more detailed view on a process basis.

Worker Process Count by Start Date

With the Worker Process Count by Start Date graph, you can view how long your processes are running based on the start date.

You can view the part of the chart that you want to see in more detail with the mouse and make views on the basis of day-hour-minute. Since the time range you choose offers a dynamic display, other panels will also be affected by this filtering.

Process Duration by Start Date

With the Process Duration by Start Date chart, you can view how many seconds the processes that started in the time interval you selected were running.

You can view the part of the chart that you want to see in more detail with the mouse and make views on the basis of day-hour-minute. Since the time range you choose offers a dynamic display, other panels will also be affected by this filtering.

Worker Busyness Chart

With the Worker Busyness Chart, you can view how busy the workers working in the Orchestrator are in the time period you choose. Thanks to this graph, you can analyze which worker works in which time interval, plan load balancing among your workers or determine the time interval in which your new processes will run.

You can get more detailed information about the status of the relevant process with your mouse over a range shown on the panel.

Running Workers

With the Running Workers chart, you can get information about the workers who worked during the time period you selected. This graph shows which processes the workers run.

You can get more detailed information about the status of the relevant process with your mouse over a range shown on the panel.

Running Processes Table

Running Processes Table, you can use the table to list the user, the worker, and the date on which the process started.

Waiting Process Queue Table

By using the Waiting Process Queue Table, you can view the processes waiting in the queue in a list according to the time of trigger, user information, and process name.

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