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1 Avaya IQ Report Designer Release 5.0 April 2010

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5 Contents Chapter 1: Report Designer overview...7 Capabilities...7 Permissions...7 Chapter 2: Getting started with Report Designer...9 Choosing an appropriate report...9 Opening a report in Report Designer...9 Chapter 3: Customizing Reports...11 Designer layout for report tables...11 Designer layout for crosstabs...12 Designer layout for charts...13 Report customization capabilities...14 Replacing a report item...14 Changing table column display order...14 Deleting report items...15 Formatting report items...15 Applying sort rules...17 Report items groupings...17 Summary values...18 Adding a new report measure...20 Creating custom calculations...20 Chapter 4: Navigating the report model...23 Report model terminology and concepts...23 Namespaces...23 Types of report items...23 Report item mappings by reporting area...24 Mappings for Real-Time reports...24 Mappings for summary behavior reports...26 Mappings for detail behavior reports...27 Mappings for Agent and Work Group Performance reports...28 Mappings for Dashboard reports...28 Mappings for Queue Performance reports...29 Mappings for Results reports...29 Mappings for Routing Point Performance reports...30 Other special function namespaces...30 Detailed report measure descriptions...31 Detailed real-time measure descriptions...31 Detailed historical measure descriptions...38 Index...53 Avaya IQ Report Designer April

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7 Chapter 1: Report Designer overview Avaya IQ Report Designer gives authorized users the ability to customize historical reports and real-time reports to meet various business needs. Report Designer is an integrated feature of Avaya IQ reporting. Capabilities You can open a standard real-time or historical report in Report Designer and customize the report in the following ways: Add, delete or replace measures in report crosstabs, tables, and charts. Change the display order for report items. Create measurement summary rows that can display the data according to various types of summary operations. Apply rules to sort report rows in ascending or descending order on the basis of one or more measures. Use existing measures to create new calculations. Permissions Before you can use Report Designer, your Avaya IQ administrator must assign you permissions for the feature. The Design button on the reporting tool bar launches Report Designer when a user clicks the button after selecting a report. This button is not enabled for report users who do not have the required permissions. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

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9 Chapter 2: Getting started with Report Designer Choosing an appropriate report To get the best results from your report custom report efforts, start with a standard report that is the closest match for your customization needs. Since you cannot customize report input categories associated with a standard report, custom items must be compatible with the types of input parameters provided for the report. Related topics: Opening a report in Report Designer on page 9 Opening a report in Report Designer 1. Select a standard report that is the best match for your custom report requirements in terms of the types of resources and measurements that are of interest to you. Your report selection must be based on the considerations described in Choosing an appropriate report on page 9. Important: Do not use an existing custom report as the basis to create another custom report. Adding additional measures to an existing custom report can have a significant impact on system performance when such a report is executed. 2. Click the Design toolbar button. 3. Report Designer opens on the General tab. 4. Use the input fields on this tab to specify a name for your custom report and any additional reference information that might be useful for you at a later time, such as the intended purpose of your custom report, the date you created the report, and so forth. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

10 Getting started with Report Designer Result Depending on the report that you choose as the basis for your report customizations, you can access all of the Report Designer customization capabilities from the Crosstabs, Tables, and Charts tabs. For more information, see Customizing reports. 10 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

11 Chapter 3: Customizing Reports These topics describe how the reporting items in crosstab, table and chart reports are displayed in Report Designer and how you can use the customization capabilities of the feature. Important: You cannot open multiple instances of the Report Designer window for the same report. If you attempt to open the second Report Designer window for the same report, the system displays a message box stating the selected report is already open in a Report Designer window. If you click OK on the message box, all the changes made to the Report Designer are lost and a fresh Report Designer window is displayed. Designer layout for report tables If the report that you want to customize displays some or all of the data in table formats, information about the tabular report items is displayed in the Tables tab. Tip: If the report that you want to customize includes more than one table, use the Table Selector drop-down box to view different report tables. Report items are listed in rows in the same order that the items are displayed in the columns of the source report. Within each row, additional information about each report item is presented in four columns. The Label column displays names for the following types of items that can appear in a report: A resource type, such as Agent, Routing Point Group, or Source. Measurements obtained for resources, such as Handles, Avg. Wrap-up Dur, or Outflows. Other types of information recorded for resources, including information about the state of a resource at a particular point in time, such as Preview, On Hold, or Wait in Queue, and related information about transitions between states, such as Accepted, Queued, or Redirected. These types of report items are found either in the real-time reporting subject area or the historical Agent and Contact Detail/Trace subject area. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

12 Customizing Reports A time dimension, such as the Interval time units used to summarize and partition trend report data in individual table rows and chart data points according to the time interval when the measurements were recorded. Other dimensions that represent administered entities in the enterprise, such as Aux. State or Result. Tip: Although you can usually use the label names to distinguish different types of report items, a special icon is also displayed with each item to differentiate measure items from resources and other types of dimensional items. When you view report table items in the designer Table tab, the Summary column for a measure shows whether the report displays a summary value for that measure. In report outputs, the summary values generated for measures are displayed in a labeled Summary row at the end of the table. When you specify a summary value for a report measure, you must also specify the type of mathematical operation that the report uses to generate the summary value. You select summary operations from the pull down list adjacent to the Summary toolbar button. For more information about the mathematical operations associated with the Summary function, see Specifying summary values. Note: Subtotal rows are automatically added to a group of consecutive report rows when the Group function is used to partition resource measurements according to an association with a second reporting dimension. For more information, see Group column. The Sort column indicates if a sort rule is applied to a measure. Sort rules control the sequence in which report rows are displayed in report outputs. You can assign multiple sort rules to the resources and measures in your report. For more information see, Applying sort rules. The Group column indicates whether the Group function associates a report item with the next item in the list. This function allows you to keep related groups of measurements together in consecutive rows in a report table. For more information, see Grouping report items. Related topics: Applying sort rules on page 17 Grouping report items on page 18 Specifying summary values on page 19 Designer layout for crosstabs When you open a crosstab report, information about the report layout is displayed on the Crosstab tab. 12 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

13 Designer layout for charts Tip: If the report that you want to customize includes more than one crosstab, use the Crosstab Selector list box to view different crosstabs. The layout of report items for crosstab reports are grouped under three separate fields: Left Dimension, Top Dimension and Content. These columns are defined the following table. Editing capabilities for crosstabs are similar to tabular reports with a few minor exceptions as defined in the Restrictions column of the following table. Left Dimension Top Dimension Content Field Name Description Restrictions Report items in this section define the rows in the crosstab report Report items in this section define the columns in the crosstab report Report items in the section are the values of the calculation or measure for the intersection of the top and left dimension Format and Summary functionality is disabled for left dimension items Format and Summary functionality is disabled for top dimension items Sort functionality is disabled for content items. You can move the report items within the same section. Summarization of report items in crosstabs generates a new row and column with the summarized values. For reports with a single content item, the label for the content item is displayed in the top left cell above all row headers and in line with the column headers. For reports with multiple content items, the system displays labels below the top dimension values. Related topics: Applying sort rules on page 17 Grouping report items on page 18 Specifying summary values on page 19 Designer layout for charts When you open a report that includes one or more charts, information is displayed about the items that appear in the chart. Tip: If the report that you want to customize includes more than one chart, use the Chart Selector pull-down box to view different charts. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

14 Customizing Reports The Chart tab lists the measures that are used in the report chart. Other items that are not measures or attributes of a resource, such as the time grain parameters that specify the time coordinates for a trend chart, are not displayed in the Chart tab and cannot be customized. Related topics: Applying sort rules on page 17 Grouping report items on page 18 Specifying summary values on page 19 Report customization capabilities You can access all Report Designer customization capabilities from the buttons displayed on the designer toolbar. Tip: Button names are displayed when you move your cursor over each button on the toolbar. Replacing a report item The Edit function works for table, crosstab, and chart customizations. To replace an existing report item with a new item in a report crosstab, table, or chart: 1. Highlight the item that you want to replace. 2. Click Edit. The Column / Metadata Selector window displays the report model that corresponds to the subject area of your report. For more information about locating and choosing report items that meet the needs of your custom report, see Navigating the report model on page Select a report item and click Save. Changing table column display order You can quickly change the order in which columns for different report items are displayed in a report table and crosstab. 14 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

15 Report customization capabilities 1. Highlight the report item that you want to move. 2. Click Move Up or Move Down. Deleting report items You can quickly delete a report item from a report crosstab, table, or chart. 1. Highlight the report item that you want to delete. 2. On the Report Designer toolbar, click Delete. Formatting report items You can apply certain formats to report items depending on the report type. For tabular reports and crosstab reports, formatting is restricted to measures containing numeric data or data displaying durations. For charts, currently only line formatting in line charts is supported. The following table describes the Report Designer: Format editor window field discriptions for each report type. Report type Field name Description Crosstab and table reports Remove all previously added measure formatting Duration Percentage No. Decimal Places Removes all previous formatting added to the item. This is limited to formatting applied through the report designer interface. Applies interval data formatting to the value of the selected measure. Applies percent formatting to the value of the selected item. Percentage can be used in combination with No. Decimal Places Sets the number of decimal places displayed for the value of the selected item. If Duration is also selected this Avaya IQ Report Designer April

16 Customizing Reports Report type Field name Description formatting selection is ignored. Start of Day Column Header Format Applies the Start of Day Column header formatting to the selected measure column. The column header formatting for Sliding Time Window measures is different from the formatting applied to Start of Day measures. This is visible on the reports containing both types of measures. However, if a new measure is added, it takes the default column formatting of Sliding time Window measures or Status measures when it is displayed in the report. To apply the format reserved for Start of Day measures, select Start of Day Column Header Format check box. Line chart reports Target line Applies Target Line (bold) formatting to the report item. 1. Click the Crosstab, Tables, or Charts tab on the Report Designer window available depending on the contents of the selected report. 2. Select the measure you want to format. The Format button becomes active only if the selected measure can be formatted. For crosstab reports, only Content items can be formatted. 3. Click the Format button. This displays the Report Designer: Format editor window. 4. Select the appropriate formatting options on the Report Designer: Format editor window. 5. Click OK on Report Designer: Format Editor window. Formatting is applied when the report is saved. Important: For crosstab reports, some changes impact formatting and require userdefined formatting to be reapplied after the change is made. This includes 16 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

17 Report customization capabilities changes such as adding or removing summarization or reorganizing items in the report using move up and move down functionality. Applying Start of Day Header Formatting to default report measures may cause error in displaying reports. Please refer Avaya IQ release notes on this issue. Applying sort rules You can specify one or more sort order rules for the items in a report table or crosstab. A sort order rule controls the sequence in which the system displays the report rows in your custom report. Report rows can be sorted in ascending or descending order, based on alphabetical or numerical criteria. In crosstab reports, sort functionality is applicable only for items listed under Top Dimension and Left Dimension and not for items under Content. If you assign a sort rule to more than one item, sort orders are applied in the sequence in which they appear in the report table. Note: If your report includes one or more report items that are associated by the Group function, sort orders are applied within each of the groups. 1. Highlight the report item that you want to associate with a sort rule. 2. Click Sort. Tip: To toggle between ascending and descending sort modes, click Sort repeatedly while a report item is highlighted. Report items groupings The Group function allows you to keep measurement sets for paired resources together in adjacent rows in report tables. For example, the historical Agent Performance by Queue summary reports partitions the contact measurements for an agent on the basis of the queues that delivered contacts to that agent. The queue data is grouped by agents, so all queue data for the first agent listed in the report is grouped together in consecutive rows before the queue data for the next agent is presented. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

18 Customizing Reports Grouping report items 1. In the Tables tab, verify that the primary resource on which instances of the secondary resource are to be grouped is listed immediately before the secondary resource. For example, in an Agents by Queues - Summary report, the Agent report item is listed immediately before the Queue report item. 2. Highlight the primary resource on which you want to group instances of the second resource. 3. On the Report Designer toolbar, click Group. A check mark icon is displayed in the Group column. Group subtotal rows When you apply the Group function to a report item, a subtotal row is automatically inserted after the last row in each group. When subtotal rows are included in a report, the following methods are used to calculate subtotal summary values: For measures based on total counts or durations, subtotal values are derived as the sum of the durations or counts displayed in the report. For measures based on averages or percentages, subtotal values are derived by recalculating averages or percentages from the source count and duration data that was used to produce the average and percentage values that are displayed in reports. For more information, see Measurement calculation methods in the Avaya IQ Standard Reports document. Summary values You can use the Summary function to include overall summary values for report table measures. The summary values are displayed in a final Summary row at the end of the report table. For crosstab reports, summary functionality is applicable only to report items listed under Content. When you assign the Summary function to a report measure, you specify the type of mathematical operation that the report uses to generate the summary value. You select summary operations from the pull down list adjacent to the Summary toolbar button. 18 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

19 Report customization capabilities Summary function operators You can use the following operators with the Summary function: Average: The summary value is derived as the simple arithmetic mean of the report values obtained for the specified measure in the report. Apply this summary operation to measures that consist of counts or durations. Calculate: The summary value is derived as a recalculation of all source values that contributed to the percentage or average values obtained for the specified measure in the report. Apply this summary operation to measures that consist of percentages or averages. Consider an example where the Calculated operator is specified for the % Transfers measure in an Agent Performance by Queue report. The % Transfers measure displayed in the report for each agent is derived as (Transfers/Actives) * 100. When the Calculated option is chosen for the Summary function, the report does not use the derived % Transfer values that are displayed for each agent in the report. Instead, the report refers to the original set of Transfers and Actives counts for each agent and recalculates an overall % Transfer summary value based on this complete set of agent data. A similar method is used to recalculate summary values for measures that are based on average calculations. This method eliminates mathematical distortions that can occur when values based on percentages or averages are used to derive new summary values based on percentages or averages. Maximum: The summary value represents the highest value obtained for the specified measure in the report. Apply this summary operation to measures that consist of counts, durations, percentages or averages. Minimum: The summary value represents the lowest value obtained for the specified measure in the report. Apply this summary operation to measures that consist of counts, durations, percentages or averages. Total: The summary value is derived as the sum of the individual values obtained for the specified measure in the report. Apply this measure to operations that consist of counts or durations. Specifying summary values For crosstab reports, summary functionality is applicable only for items listed under Content. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

20 Customizing Reports 1. In the Crosstabs or Tables tab, highlight the measure to which you want to assign a summary value. 2. Choose a summary operation from the drop-down list next to the Summary button. 3. Click Summary. System displays the type of operation you selected in the Summary row. Adding a new report measure You can use the Add New Item icon to add a new item to a report crosstab, table, or chart. 1. In either the Crosstabs, Tables, or Charts tab, highlight the report item that immediately precedes the location where you want the system to display the new item in your custom report. 2. Select Measure from the drop down list displayed next to the Add New Item button, and click the Add New Item button. The system displays Column/Metadata Selector window. 3. Locate and highlight a report measure that you want to include in your custom report. 4. Click Save. Creating custom calculations You can create custom calculations that are derived from the measures provided in the various Avaya IQ reporting model subject areas and add them to your custom report. You use the calculation editor to select the report measures you need for your calculation and specify the operations to be applied to them. Things to know about the calculation editor Standard editing environment: The calculation editor has the same capabilities as a standard text editor. You can add mathematical operator symbols, such as +, -, / and *. You can also use parentheses to group various items and operators within different expressions within a calculation. Query expression format: When you select a report model item to use in a calculation, the calculation editor displays the item in query expression format. For example, if you add the 20 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

21 Report customization capabilities Avg. In Focus Hold Dur. item to a custom calculation for a Queue Performance report, the calculation editor displays the item as [Agent Contact Segment Measures for Queue & Routing Point].[Avg. In Focus Hold Dur.] Creating a calculation For crosstab reports, calculation measure can only be added for items listed under Content dimension. 1. In either the Crosstabs, Tables, or Charts tab, highlight the item that you want the new calculation to follow in your custom report. 2. Select Calculation from the pull down list next to the Add New Item icon, and then click Add New Item. 3. In the report model pane, locate and highlight a report measure that you want to include in your calculation. 4. Click Add. 5. Repeat steps 1 through 4 to add all the report measures you want to use in your calculation. 6. In the Calculation pane, enter the mathematical operators that you need for your calculation. If necessary, you can also insert parentheses to specify the order of precedence for mathematical operators used in your calculation. For more information, see Example calculation on page 21. Example calculation The following example shows how various report items can be selected from the report model and combined with operators to construct a new custom calculation. In the following example, the report designer wants to create a custom calculation to represent the average handle duration of contacts in a historical Queue Performance Summary report. The Queue and Routing Point Performance Summary namespace includes various report items that represent average durations. In the example scenario, the designer decides to add Avg. In Focus Hold Dur. time with other average handle time components to create a new handle duration measure. The report items that the designer selects for the custom calculation and the operators to be applied to the report items are summarized as follows: Avg. Active Dur + Avg. Wrap-up Dur. + Avg. In Focus Hold Dur. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

22 Customizing Reports In the calculation editor, the corresponding expression displayed in the calculation editor after the designer selects the required report items and applies the addition operators is as follows: [Agent Contact Segment Measures for Queue & Routing Point].[Avg. Active Dur.] + Agent Contact Segment Measures for Queue & Routing Point].[Avg. Wrap-up Dur.] + Agent Contact Segment Measures for Queue & Routing Point]. [Avg. In Focus Hold Dur.] This example also illustrates that caution is necessary when you use report items based on average calculations. The example calculation shown above could potentially generate data that misrepresents agent activities on contacts. Consider a case where the proportion of contacts that require wrap-ups is relatively small, but the average wrap-up duration for those contacts is relatively long compared to the average active time for most contacts. In this calculation, Avg. Active Dur. and Avg. Wrap-up Dur. have been given equal weight in the calculation, even though the actual contribution of wrap-up time to overall contact handle times is relatively small compared to the contribution made by active time. In this case, the custom calculation could overestimate the true average handle duration of contacts. 22 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

23 Chapter 4: Navigating the report model When you use the Add New Item function to add a new measure or calculation in a report, the Metadata Selector window displays the area of the Avaya IQ report model that pertains to the report. Report model terminology and concepts The Avaya IQ report model provides you a simplified interface between Avaya IQ reports and the reporting database. The concepts described in the following sections are useful to know before you begin to select items from the report model for your reports Namespaces The various areas of the Avaya IQ report model are represented as expandable tree structures. The containers that hold a collection of related report items are called namespaces. In some cases, report model namespaces can be nested in a logical hierarchy. For example, various queue measures that appear in queue performance reports are located in a report model area that has the following namespace path: Queue and Routing Point Performance Summary > Queue Summary Measures Types of report items Report items are often organized by type in different namespaces. To understand where to look for an item, you need to be able to distinguish the basic types of report items. Monitored dimensions This category includes administered entities that exist within the contact center as measurable objects. Some of these entities, such as agents, queues and routing points, are directly involved in the processing or handling of contacts. In other cases, the monitored dimension is a collection of entities, such as a work group or a queue group. Although Aux. states are not involved in the processing or handling of contacts, they also represent a kind of administered entity that can be associated with measurable events and activities. Therefore, Aux. States are also a monitored dimension. Monitored dimensions are typically located in namespaces that are separate from the namespaces used for measurements and calculations. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

24 Navigating the report model Attributes This category includes items that provide descriptive information about the properties of an entity or event. Attributes can be based on administered information or information recorded at the time of an event. In many cases, attributes that describe a monitored dimension are located in the same namespace as the dimension. The following examples represent reporting model items that belong to the attribute category. An Agent State recorded for an agent at a particular point in time. An Outflow Type recorded for an outflow event. A Contact Direction classification assigned to a contact. A Target % value administered for a queue. A Short Aux. Behavior definition administered for an Aux. State. Measurements and calculations This category includes recorded counts and durations, and calculations derived from those counts and durations. Report item mappings by reporting area This section maps different types of report items to namespaces in the reporting model. The mappings are organized according to the reporting category for the source report. The namespaces described in the following sections are provided to help report designers become familiar with the different areas of the reporting model. These mappings do not represent a comprehensive list of potential items that can be added to a custom report. Important: Items contained in some namespaces can break functionality if they are added to a custom report. Mappings for Real-Time reports The items displayed in real-time reports are all associated with the real-time reporting model area. The following table lists paths through the reporting model tree structure to namespaces that contain items that can be used in reports from the Standard Real-time Reports reporting area. Note: All paths shown in the table are relative to the Real-Time Reporting Model namespace. 24 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

25 Report item mappings by reporting area Report input Agent Queue Queue Group Supported reporting items Agent dimension and associated attributes Current agent state with respect to an assigned queue Contact handling measures and occupancy measures - sliding time window Contact handling measures occupancy measures - start of day Current queue and assigned skill level for the agent The queue dimension and associated attributes Queue status measures Agents staffed status measures Current queue state Queue measures, including summarized agent contact handling measures - sliding time window Queue measures, including summarized agent contact handling measures - start of day The queue group dimension and associated attributes Queue group status measures Queue group measures - sliding time window Queue group measures - start of day Agent Namespace paths Real-Time Dynamic Attributes > Agent Dynamic Attributes > Agent Current Status Real-Time Composite Measures > Sliding Time Window Measures > Agent Sliding Time Window Measures Real-Time Composite Measures > Sliding Time Window Measures > Agent Sliding Time Window Measures Real-Time Dynamic Attributes > Login Queue Dynamic Attributes > Agent Current Status Queue Real-Time Composite Measures > Status Measures > Queue Status Measures Real-Time Composite Measures > Status Measures > Queue Status Measures > Agents Staffed by Agent State Real-Time Dynamic Attributes > Queue Dynamic Attributes > Queue Current Status Real Time Composite Measures > Sliding Time Window Measures > Queue Sliding Time Window Measures Real Time Composite Measures > Start of Day > Queue Start of Day Measures Queue Group Real Time Composite Measures > Status Measures > Queue Group Status Measures Real-Time Composite Measures > Sliding Time Window Measures > Queue Group Sliding Time Window Measures Real-Time Composite Measures > Start of Day Measures > Queue Group Sliding Time Window Measures Avaya IQ Report Designer April

26 Navigating the report model Report input Routing Point Routing Point Group Supported reporting items The routing point dimension and associated attributes Routing point measures, including summarized agent contact handling measures - sliding time window Routing Point measures, including summarized agent contact handling measures - start of day The routing point group dimension and associated attributes Routing Point Group status measures Routing point group measures - sliding time window Queue group measures - start of day Routing Point Namespace paths Real Time Composite Measures > Sliding Time Window Measures > Routing Point Sliding Time Window Measures Real Time Composite Measures > Start of Day > Routing Point Start of Day Measures Routing Point Group Real Time Composite Measures > Status Measures > Routing Point Group Status Measures Real-Time Composite Measures > Sliding Time Window Measures > Routing Point Group Sliding Time Window Measures Real-Time Composite Measures > Start of Day Measures > Queue Group Sliding Time Window Measures Mappings for summary behavior reports The following table lists paths through the reporting model tree structure to namespaces that contain items that can be used in summary behavior reports in the historical Agent Behaviors reporting area. These reports are easy to identify because they always include Summary in the report name. Note: The Agent Behaviors - Summary reports has a second table that displays measures that are not directly associated with contact work and other measures that are summarized across contact types. The current release of Avaya IQ does not support customization of data items in those report tables. Report input item Agent or Work Group Supported reporting items Agent behavior measures that do not involve contacts Namespace General and Duration-Based Problem Behaviors 26 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

27 Report item mappings by reporting area Report input item Supported reporting items Agent behavior measures that are based on activity durations, but which are not administered as agent behavior definitions for queues or routing points Agent behavior measures based on events, such as redirects, transfers, disconnects from on hold, and so forth Agent behavior measures that depend on agent behavior definitions administered for queues or routing points Contact dimension and associated attributes Namespace General and Duration-Based Problem Behaviors Work Handling Problem Behaviors Work Handling Problem Behaviors for Queue Work Handling Problem Behaviors for Routing Point Contact Delivery Mappings for detail behavior reports This group includes all of reports in detail reports in the Agent Behaviors historical reporting area that have Details in the report name. These reports are easy to identify because they always include Summary in the report name. The following table lists paths through the reporting model tree structure to namespaces that contain items that can be used for these reports: Report input item Agent Supported reporting items Agent contact handling measures Dimensional information associated with contact originator, destination, queue and routing point Contact delivery target and direction classifications Agent Contact Details Namespace path Namespaces for these items that display the same name as the respective dimension Contact Delivery Avaya IQ Report Designer April

28 Navigating the report model Mappings for Agent and Work Group Performance reports The following table lists paths through the reporting model tree structure to namespaces that contain items that can be used in reports from the historical Agent and Work Group Performance reporting area. Note: All paths shown in the table are relative to the Agent and Work Group namespace. Report input item Agent Queue Supported reporting items Agent dimension and associated attributes Agent contact handling measures Agent occupancy measures Agent measures for Aux. states The queue dimension and associated attributes Agent contact handling measures Namespace path Agent Agent Contact Segment Measures State Interval Measures Aux. State Measures Queue Agent Contact Segment Measures Mappings for Dashboard reports The following table lists paths through the reporting model tree structure to namespaces that contain items that can be used in reports from the historical Agent and Work Group Performance reporting area. Note: All paths shown in the table are relative to the Agent and Work Group namespace. Report input item Queue, Queue Group, Routing Point or Routing Point Group Supported reporting items Agent contact handling measures Namespace Agent Contact Segment Measures 28 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

29 Report item mappings by reporting area Mappings for Queue Performance reports The following table lists paths through the reporting model tree structure to namespaces that contain items that can be used in reports from the historical Queue Performance reporting area. Note: All paths shown in the table are relative to the Queue and Routing Point Performance Summary namespace. Report input item Queue Supported reporting items Queue dimension and associated attributes, including Target % value and administered Agent Behavior definitions Summary agent data Summary queue data Namespace Queue Agent Contact Summary Measures for Queue Queue Summary Measures Mappings for Results reports The following table lists paths through the reporting model tree structure to namespaces that contain items that can be used in reports from the historical Results reporting area. Note: Results reports display data for agent revenue measures and quality scores. The Data Import feature is required to insert the data in the Avaya IQdatabase. Report input item Agent Queue Supported reporting items Agent dimension and associated attributes Agent contact handling and role measures Queue dimension and associated attributes, including Target % value and administered Agent Behavior definitions Agent Namespace path Agent and Work Group > Agent Contact Segment Measures Queue Avaya IQ Report Designer April

30 Navigating the report model Report input item Routing Points Supported reporting items Namespace path Queue measures Queue and Routing Point Performance > Queue Measures Routing point dimension and associated attributes, including Target % value and administered Agent Behavior definitions Routing Point Routing point measures Queue and Routing Point Performance > Routing Point Measures Mappings for Routing Point Performance reports The following table lists paths through the reporting model tree structure to namespaces that contain items that can be used in reports from the historical Routing Point Performance reporting area. Note: All paths shown in the table are relative to the Queue and Routing Point Performance Summary namespace. Report input item Routing Point Supported reporting items Routing point dimension and associated attributes, including Target % value and administered Agent Behavior definitions Summary agent data Summary queue data Routing Point Namespace path Agent Contact Summary Measures for Routing Point Routing Point Summary Measures Other special function namespaces This section lists namespaces that include various special items that are required to support report functionality. The usefulness of items in these namespaces for report customization is generally limited. In some cases, addition of items from these namespaces can disrupt report functionality. 30 Avaya IQ Report Designer April 2010

31 Detailed report measure descriptions Items in the following namespaces are generally not useful for report customization: For the real-time area of the reporting model: Real-Time Session Header Display, Real- Time Session Param Maps and Real-Time Prompts. For areas of the reporting model associated with historical reports: Report Prompts. Detailed report measure descriptions Detailed real-time measure descriptions Name Description % Abandons For queues: The percentage of contacts that disconnected while waiting at the queue or alerting at the agent. The calculation for this measure is: (abandons/(accepts + outflows + dequeues + abandons + busies + cancels)) * 100. For routing points: The percentage of contacts that disconnected while waiting in a routing process, waiting in queue or alerting at the agent. The calculation for this measure is: (abandons/(accepts + outflows + abandons + busies + cancels)) * 100 % Busies The percentage of contacts that received a busy response from the system after they arrived at the routing point. The calculation for this measure is: (busies/(accepts + outflows + abandons + busies + cancels)) * 100. % Cancels The percentage of contacts that were disconnected by the system after they arrived at the routing point. The calculation for this measure is: (cancels/(accepts + outflows + abandons + busies + cancels)) * 100. % in Service Level For queues: The percentage of contacts whose wait duration in queue and alerting at the agent was less than or equal to Target Seconds. The calculation for this measure is: (acceptables/(accepts + outflows + dequeues + abandons + busies + cancels)) * 100. The calculation does not include data for contacts that are still waiting in the queue. For routing points: The percentage of contacts whose wait duration in routing processes, in queue and alerting at the agent was less than or equal to Target Seconds. Avaya IQ Report Designer April

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