Get Report

Returns the selected report. Use the report ID field to specify the report that you want to fetch. For more information, see guides on the Reports API.



The following table provides documentation for each report ID.

Report nameReport IDAPI reference documentation
Data protection riskdgDataProtectionRiskView data protection risk report
Rollback actionsdgRollbackActionsView rollback actions report
AlertepAlertView alert report
Deleted device reportepDeletedDeviceView deleted device report
Inactive devices reportepInactiveDevicesView inactive devices report
Last backup status reportepLastBackupStatusView last backup status report
License usage reportepLicenseUsageView license usage report
Preserved users datasources reportepPreservedUsersDatasourcesView preserved users datasources report
Restore activity reportepRestoreActivityView restore activity report
Shared devices reportepSharedDevicesView shared devices report
Upgrade activity reportepUpgradeActivityView upgrade activity report
User provisioning reportepUserProvisioningView user provisioning report
User rollout reportepUserRolloutView user rollout report
Users reportepUsersView users report
Admin audit trails reportewAdminAuditTrailsView admin audit trails report
Alert history reportewAlertHistoryView alert history report
Backup activity reportewBackupActivityView backup activity report
Disaster recovery failback activity reportewDisasterRecoveryFailbackActivityView disaster recovery failback activity report
Disaster recovery failover activity reportewDisasterRecoveryFailoverActivityView disaster recovery failover report
Disaster recovery replication activity reportewDisasterRecoveryReplicationActivityView disaster recovery replication activity report
Resource status reportewResourceStatusView resource status report
Restore activity reportewRestoreActivityView restore activity report
Storage consumption by backup sets reportewStorageConsumptionbyBackupSetsView storage consumption by backup sets report



In the report IDs, you'll see the prefixes dg, ep, and ew. Here, dg stands for data governance, ep stands for endpoint workloads, and ew stands for enterprise workloads.

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