This page refers to functionality that has been removed from License Statistics. Reports have been restructured and reorganized as of License Statistics v6.14. The contents of the User Usage History report have been moved to Users - History - Usage.
To see a report on usage history for a specific user/user group, select the Usage History page under the Users section in the left navigation pane. You can add the Usage History grid and graph to the License Statistics Dashboard. Learn more about customizing the Dashboard.
The General Information area lets you select the user/user group for which to view usage history and displays details for that user, including matching cloud users, if applicable.
The Settings panel above the grid lets you filter results.
The time interval options let you specify the time interval to include in the results. The time interval can be:
You can control how much detail is shown for usage history by setting the Group by option to:
The User Usage History grid includes information about the selected user/user group's license usage, including the license server, feature information, the host that licenses were checked out from, the maximum number of licenses used and borrowed, and the number of hours licenses were used.
When viewing usage history for a user group, you may choose to aggregate results by Feature or by Feature and User. The default is no aggregation.
The User Usage History graph gives you a visual picture of the number of licenses that were used by the selected user/user group for the specified time period.
You can hide or show borrowed licenses using the "Bulk operations" checkbox above the graph. The display of usage details in the graphs can be controlled by clicking on features in the legend above the graph that you want to hide in the chart.
You can switch between viewing the data in the above format and viewing it as a "heat map" by clicking the "Show Heat Map" button at the top of the chart.
To switch the format of the chart back to a line chart, click the "Show Line Chart" button at the top of the chart.
The heat map format looks like the following example:
In the heat map version of the chart: