Intellicus Enterprise Reporting and Business Insights 19.1


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Audit Log

Audit logging records report run event with report name, user name, time stamp and a snapshot of report for different users.  From drop-down, select enable to activate audit log feature.  Select disable if audit logging is not required.

Default: Disable

Example: AUDIT_LOG=Disable

Audit Log Purge Time (days)

To set the number of days after which all audit information (log details as well as RPG files) will be purged (deleted).  Valid values are positive integers.

Default: 30


Audit RPG Purge Time (days)

To set the number of days after which reports’ RPG files will be deleted.  Valid values are zero and positive integers.  Specify 0 if you don’t want to retain RPG files for audit.

Default: 7


Note: If Audit Log Purge Time is less than Audit RPG Purge Time, then all audit information will be deleted as per Audit Log Purge time.



This property lets you view the report execution statistics like report run duration, row/column/page count etc. for a chosen output format. With the help of such statistics, you can decide which report to run directly, run in background or run using the schedule option.

When enabled, this property displays average report execution time, report execution time and report run history.  You can view the average report execution time in explorer (add the average report execution column by right clicking the top of the page). This gets updated within 15 minutes of running a report. This gives you an average of execution time of any report, run any number of times in a specific format till the time displayed there.  You can view average execution time details of the report while running it or while scheduling it. If you want to see execution time of every report, individually, go to Navigate > Reports > My Reports.

Default: Disable

Example: STATISTICS=Disable

Withhold Purge Till Archive

When enabled, this property postpones purge process until next archive process is completed. This way it makes sure that the published reports are not purged before archiving.

Default: Disable


Archive Frequency (days)

This is interval in number of days at the end of which report server will auto-archive published reports.  Set a value that is positive integer.

Default: 30


Published Report Approval Required

This to enable or disable work flow process.  When approval process is activated, each published report needs to be approved by super administrator or user having required rights before it can be made available for users to view.  Value set to enable will activate the process.

Default: Enable


Published Reports Visibility

To decide who should be able to view published reports.  Set Global to make the published report visible to all users.  Set Organization to make the published report visible only to the organization to which the user (the one who publishes the report) belongs.

Default: Global


Login Mode

This property sets the login mode. At the time of login, users are expected to specify user name, password and organization name. Set login mode to 1 to get dropdown box having organizations to choose from. Set 2 to get a text box to type in the organization name. If you set 3, user will not be asked for organization name. It will be determined based on user id.Default: 1Example: LOGIN_MODE=1

Extended Input Validation

Extended input validation prevents “SQL Injection” as well as expands scope of user input validation. Enabling this property will make sure that if a user enters invalid character sequences, input is rejected and an error message is prompted.

Default: Disable


Folder Listing Access Check Level

Configure the level to which partial access rights should be checked. This property enables user to access the folders/sub-folders for which user has rights (in case this is set to 1). Else the user can access all folders/sub-folders (in case this is set to 0).

Default: 0


Sign Document

This is to enable/disable the use of digital signatures with Intellicus documents (report outputs). Under Manage Certificates, the super administrator can browse and upload signature files and enter the Public/Private Key passwords that were provided along with the digital signatures. This can be done at global, organization or user level. When ‘Sign Document’ property is enabled, then these signatures would be applied to the documents.

Default: Disable

Example: SIGN_DOCUMENT=Disable

Sign Document Formats

Intellicus’ Digital Signatures can be applied to the specified document formats separated by a comma.

Default: PDF


Note: Intellicus 18.1 supports ‘PDF’ document format.


Sign Document Operations

Intellicus’ Digital Signatures can be applied to documents while ‘View’, ‘Email’, ‘Publish’, ‘Upload’ or ‘Print’ operations are performed. Operations can be specified as a comma separated list.

Default: ALL


Sign Document On Page

This specifies whether the signature would appear on the first or last page of the signed document.

Default: LAST


Sign Document Location Corner

This specifies the location where the signature would appear on the signed document. The location can be “Right Top”, “Right Bottom”, “Left Top” or “Left Bottom”.

Default: left Bottom


Data Encryption

This property helps you to encrypt the files created in temporary folders of Intellicus to safeguard your data. You need to enable this and provide a 16-digit key from ’Manage Keys’ (you may need this key in case you restore a backup from this system on another instance of Intellicus to see older reports).

Default: Disable

Example: DATA_ENCRYPTION=Disable