This article describes various options for reporting against the InfoBurst Platform.


IBRepoReport.exe generates a detailed object usage report in HTML format.

  • Open a command prompt (Run As Administrator) on the InfoBurst server
  • Change directory to the InfoBurst application root folder (default = C:\Program Files (x86)\InfoSol\InfoBurstPlatform)
  • Enter IBRepoReport

MyRepo.html file is generated in the InfoBurst application root folder.


Leverage an OData reporting tool like Microsoft Excel to access OData feeds from the InfoBurst Platform.  Extract detailed object metadata, and runtime and audit information..


InfoBurst uses OData version 4.


  • From your OData reporting tool, enter the InfoBurst Platform OData URL http://<IB_Server>:8551/odata
  • Supply an InfoBurst username and password
  • Select and refresh a feed to view feed data

See Also

System Reporting with OData

OData Reporting (Forum)

Schedules Report

The Schedules Report is an Excel-based report of all schedules their related sub-objects.

  • Select the Help icon (top right of user interface
  • Select the Schedules Report button

BusinessObjects Universe

A BusinessObjects universe (.UNV) is available to report on the following:
  • Burst/XDC runtime (Activity Logs)
  • Burst deliveries


The universe (zip) is attached to this article.

XDC Logging

XML Data Cache (XDC) usage information can be captured and stored in the IBT_SYS_CACHE table.

Enable Logging

An XDC must be enabled for logging before information about the XDC usage will be available in the IBT_SYS_CACHE table in the InfoBurst database repository. The table is not available until after the first XDC is enabled and executed.
  • Open the XDC
  • Select the XDC tab
  • Select Enable Logging 
  • Select the Save button

Available Columns
  • CacheID 
  • CacheName 
  • CachePath 
  • CacheKey 
  • AccessDate 
  • AccessType 
  • AccessUserID 
  • AccessUserName 
  • C1 
  • C2 
  • C3 
  • C4 
  • Meta 

Column Usage

The following records are written whenever a user requests a data cache:
  • CacheID
  • CacheName
  • CachePath
  • AccessDate
  • AccessType
  • AccessUserID
  • AccessUserName

The following records are written only when a cache is accessed via the Cache Connector:
  • AccessType: 0 
  • CacheKey: Cache Key (if used) 
  • C1: Selected blocks (if used) 
  • Meta: Custom data from connector 

The following records are written when a cached is accessed via the Cache Query Connector:
  • AccessType: 1 
  • C1: Query name 
  • C2: Query parameters (if used) 
  • Meta: Custom data from connector