View the product usage details down to the specific 10-minute intervals in which the usage began and ended. The first interval of a given usage is not included in this report. This report include all usage such as Production, Trial and Pre-Activation. This report includes data for the past 90 days only. All date and times are based on UTC time.
Users with at least one of the following roles are able to access the report:
To get an accurate analysis of your peak application usage, the Country, Product, and Feature String (where applicable) filters should all be used.
Preset and custom date ranges
Product with ProductID
Filter by Allocation Group
Toggle that will display Allocation Group in the results and displays the Allocation Group filter
Layout - Application Usage by Hour Details
This shows details of product usage down to the 10-minute interval. Intervals are pre-set 10-minute increments throughout the day. For example, 12:00 - 12:10 is the first interval. of the day 12:10 - 12:20 is the second interval, etc. This report uses these intervals to show the approximate start and stop time of product usages down to the 10-minute interval. It will not display to the exact minute or second.
If a product was used from 9:02 - 9:06 AM, then this report will not display any usage because the first interval is removed.If a product was used from 9:02 - 9:16 AM, then this report will display a usage interval of 9:10 - 9:10 AM. This is because the first interval is still removed (9:00-9:09), and the usage ended before 9:20.
Country ISO code
Product (Feature String)
Product name and Feature String
Machine name. If the Machine name is not available, the MachineID will display instead
Windows NT user name. If the user name is not available, the UserID will display instead.
IMS email address. Due to local legal regulations, Germany users will only have their IMS ID displayed.
Indicates if the usage was from a checked-out license
The interval in which the usage began.*
The interval in which the usage ended.*
*Bentley’s usage logging system processes and stores data in 10-minute intervals. 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. A usage with the same Interval start/end time means that the usage started and ended within the same interval. Ex., start/end of 12:10 means the usage was somewhere between 12:10 and 12:19
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