Hi, I try to get statistic information out of the designer form certain projects like total porcessduration and I wonder if there are not some examples how to do so. I have connected a MySQL Database to store such information for further usage. Maybe someone can help me?

asked 14.06.2016 at 15:17

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Not sure if I understand you question correct. With the following script you get the avarage business runtime of all process instances that were executed:

import ch.ivyteam.ivy.workflow.query.CaseQuery;
Object result = CaseQuery.create().aggregate().avgBusinessRuntime().executor().firstValue();

Have a look at the CaseQuery and aggregate function there are a lot of additional functions available. There is also a TaskQuery to aggregate runtime data of tasks.

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answered 14.06.2016 at 17:37

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Hi Reto, Thank's for your help, unfortunately the statement you have posted doesn't work. But I was successful with try and error and found a query that provides the average time for one instance of my process: ivy.log.info("runtime" + ivy.wf.getCaseQueryExecutor().getRecordset(CaseQuery.create().aggregate().avgBusinessRuntime())); or the time of all instances in a sum ivy.log.info("runtimeSum" + ivy.wf.getCaseQueryExecutor().getRecordset(CaseQuery.create().aggregate().sumBusinessRuntime()));

Regards Gabriele

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answered 16.06.2016 at 14:06

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The executor() method was introduced in version 6.1. That's why my query does not work. Your solution does the same and works also with older versions.

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