|Overview of Workflow Conductor Web Parts|
The Workflow Reports Web Part allows you to create reports about workflows run in the current site or site collection. The report is displayed graphically, with a summary list below the chart.
At run time, you can define reporting periods, filter by workflow status, and print report results using the controls at the top of the web part. See How to use the Workflow Reports Web Part for more information on how to use this web part from the end user perspective.
The Workflow Reports Web Part is available in the Web Part Gallery after Workflow Conductor is installed. Users with the Add and Customize Pages right can add the Web Part to a page. (The Add and Customize Pages right is included by default in the Design and Full Control permissions.)
NOTE: If you don’t see the web part in the gallery, check to make sure the site collection feature shown below is activated in your site collection.
Add the web part to a web part page. If you do not know how to add a web part to a page, read the topic How to add a web part to a Web Part page.
To configure the web part once it is on the page, follow these instructions:
|Workflows:||Select the scope of workflows to display. By default, the Web Part will display workflows for the Current Site. You can also select to display workflows in the Site Collection.|
Enter a fixed Height and Width in pixels for the report.
|Page Settings:||Select the number of items to display per page and the maximum number of items to include in the list. The more items displayed, the longer the page will take to load.|
|Default Reporting Interval||Select a default reporting interval for the Web Part. The default (None) will show the last week of data. The reporting can be changed at run time, if needed.|
For tips on how to use this web part, see How to use the Workflow Reports Web Part