eDiscovery Exception Report - Settings

The Settings options in the eDiscovery Exception Report provide additional refinements for locating specific content indexing information.

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Refine Your Report

You can control the information displayed in the pie chart by selecting the check boxes in the Refine Your Report menu. The pie chart automatically updates each time you select or clear a refinement. This update might take a few seconds, depending on the amount of data in your report.

Click the down arrow buttons to view more options for each refinement.

Default Refinement Options

The following list contains information about the default options in the Refine Your Report menu.

Default Refinement Description
Document States Displays the percentage of documents that were:
  • content indexed successfully
  • met with an exception during content indexing
  • were skipped during content indexing
Client Displays the clients within the CommCell associated with the content indexing jobs. You can also refine the report by typing client names into the Enter Client Name search box.
Data Type Displays the type of documents that were included in content indexing jobs.
Jobs Displays the job numbers of backup jobs.
Error Displays the error descriptions for documents that met with an exception during content indexing.

Additional Refinement Options

When you select certain refinements, such as Email under the Data Type list, additional options appear in the Refine your report menu.

The following list contains information about the additional options that might appear in the Refine Your Report menu.

Additional Refinements Description
Custodian Displays the email accounts included in content indexing jobs.
From Displays the names of users who sent emails included in content indexing jobs.
Attachment Displays whether emails included in content indexing jobs have attachments or not.
Size Displays size ranges (in MB) of documents included in content indexing jobs.
Received Time Displays time ranges when emails included in content indexing jobs were received.
File Type Displays the file formats for documents included in content indexing jobs.
Modified Date Displays time ranges when documents included in content indexing jobs were last modified.

Resetting Filters

After selecting one or more refinements, you can click Reset Filters to clear all selections and revert the pie chart to its default display.

Search

Use the Search bar to locate information by specified keywords.

With the search bar you can:

  • Enter keywords into the Search box
  • Include wildcards in the search criteria

Click Search.

Tag Reports

Use tags to organize the Reports page into categories that make sense for you. You can group reports based on any categories that you choose to create. Reports that are not tagged appear under the Untagged category. Tags created with Service Pack 7b or earlier are deleted when you install Service Pack 8. You must create new tags after you install Service Pack 8.

  1. Hover over the report icon, and then click the down arrow button .
  2. Click Tag.

    The Tag List dialog box appears.

  3. To add the report to an existing category, in the Add Tag box, select or type the name of a category that already appears in the Reports page, and then click Add.

    A tag is added for the category that you specified.

  4. To create a new category, in the Add Tag box, type the name of a category, and then click Add.

    A tag is added for the category that you specified.

  5. To delete the report from an existing category, next to the category name, click the delete button .

    The category tag is removed from the list.

  6. If you want all users to see the report in the categories that you specified, select Apply Tag changes to all users.
  7. Click Save.

    The report appears in the categories that are specified in Tags dialog box.