View the duration of Bentley application usage by day and machine. All types of usage of any duration are included in this report, including Trial, Pre-Activation, and Evaluation. Content, Cloud Service, Non-Licenseable, and Mobile App product types are not included.
Users with at least one of the following roles are able to access the reports:
Preset and custom date ranges
Product with ProductID
Indicates if the machine has gone through the process to become Connected
Product version Generation
Server type of the usage such as Connect, Hosted, or Deployed
Filter by Allocation Group
Toggle that will display Allocation Group in the results and displays the Allocation Group filter
There are two views in this report. The default is Daily Application Usage by Machine, which shows detailed usage. The second option is License Service Summary, which shows a more summarized version, focused on the License Server (either SES or SELECTServer)
Layout - Daily Application Usage by Machine
A list of the machines that have used Bentley applications and how long they were used on each day.
Country ISO code
Machine Name. If the Machine has only ever been used from a Deployed server, the Machine Name will appear as “Deployed Machine”
IMS email address. Due to local legal regulations, Germany users will only have their IMS ID displayed.
The Version of the application.
Non-checkout Production duration. If the usage is from a Deployed machine, is non-Production (ex., Trial), or only took place in a single 10-minute interval, the Duration will be populated with a 0. Format of D HH:MM.*
Checkout duration. Format of D HH:MM*
Sum of Duration and Checkout *
Number of IMS users that were included in that usage.
Layout - License Service Summary
This view shows a summary of the number of Days each machine has used each License Server, which are either SES or SELECTServer.
Indicates if the usage was from Subscription Entitlement Service (SES) or SELECTServer
*Bentley’s usage logging system processes and stores data in 10-minute intervals: each hour is split into 6 equal intervals (0-9 minutes, 10-19 minutes, etc.). It is Bentley’s policy to use the 10 minute interval as our most granular time segment. All commercial programs are built using this base data or some higher level aggregate. We do not store exact start and stop times for applications.
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