How about allowing the latency to be stored and visible over time in a
graph so we can see potential problems starting before they happen.
Break the data up by report suite as well as have an overall (average)
health for a company. Let us see moving averages or set alerts against
moving averages. Promote....
We have 100's of pages of DW requests. It would greatly ease working in
the Request Manager interface if we could search for specific request by
name or author. Or, if we could have a checkbox option to only show
those requests created by ourselves. Ultimately, a full selection of
options where you can specify multiple criteria would be the best
solution, but I would take just seeing mine if it is too difficult to
implement. Ex query: Only show my requestsCreated between June-JulyUsing
When you request that one of your report suites be added to Discover,
there is the potential for a long period of time while the system does
back end processing. Since the addition is usually prompted by a user
request to an admin, it would be convenient to be able to have the admin
and/or user(s) notified that the data is ready and that you can now use
Discover against that RS. This is particularly true when dealing with
100's of RSs and 100's of users.
It would be nice as audit time comes around to be able to select and
delete multiple users from the system. It is also frustrating to sort by
last access date and have the sort "forgotten" after completing the
deletion. If the tool would allow some sort of selection logic (last
access date null or older then X, title matches pattern, etc), that
would be helpful as well.