Reporting

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APTrust reporting comes in a variety of different manners, including standard reports, alerts, and various email notifications.

Reports

At present, there is one major report available for viewing or download as a pdf. The report provides a breakdown of the content of a single institution. It includes:

  • number of ingested intellectual objects,
  • number ingested generic files,
  • total number of premis events generated for the institution's content,
  • total number of work items generated for the institution's content,
  • total number of bytes preserved,
  • average file size for that institution,
  • a breakdown of the amount of content ingested by file type.

The report can be found at https://repo.aptrust.org/reports/overview/:instititon_identifier on the production site and at https://demo.aptrust.org/reports/overview/:institution_identifier on the demo site, under the 'Reports' tab of the top navigation.

Alerts

There are a variety of alerts available through the PharosPharos is APTrusts web interface to manage deposits and inspect deposit outcomesETag The entity tag is a hash of the object. The ETag reflects changes only to the contents of an object, not its metadata. web application for institutional administrators to view. The types of alerts available for viewing are:

  • Failed fixity checks
  • Failed ingests
  • Failed restorations
  • Failed deletions
  • Failed DPN ingests
  • Stalled DPN replications
  • Stalled work items

The alerts can be found at https://repo.aptrust.org/alerts on the production site and at https://demo.aptrust.org/alerts on the demo site, under the 'Alerts' tab of the top navigation.

Email Notifications

As of September 2017 email notifications that inform institutional administrators of any failed fixity checks or successful intellectual object restorations as they happen. The emails will come once in a day for a batch of failed fixity checks or successful restorations, rather than one email per event so as not to clog email inboxes.

Two Factor Deletion

Deletion of an intellectual object triggers an email sent to institutional administrators at the parent institution in order to confirm the deletion request.