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View Conduit Reports

Conduit reports include different logs, unmatched records, and grades. You can filter information to include in a Conduit reports and select specific tables of information to include when comparing Conduit data to the matching Moodle data.


Access the Conduit reports

Steps: Conduit > Reports

  1. Select Reports in the Conduit block.

    Conduit reports are available in the basic (HTML) and standard (AJAX) view:

    • The basic HTML view displays all data in an HTML table for processing. Sorting will cause the page to refresh in this view type. The HTML view is recommended when using a screen reader.
    • The standard view of a report or table renders the data using AJAX, which allows you to edit the information from within the table by double-clicking on the cell. You can also sort the data in the report without reloading the page.
  2. To change your report view, select the Basic HTML or Standard links at the bottom of the report tab.

View log files

Steps: Conduit > Logs

Conduit produces a log report that displays the processing details of every action requested of Conduit and any errors that occur.

  1. Select the Logs tab.
  2. Filter the report by setting any of the following criteria:
    • Type a specific transaction Name (file name or table) to view.
    • Select a specific transaction Type (file import or Conduit edit).
    • Select Exclude Empty Transactions to not include empty logs. (Select Show more for this option.)
    • Select the date and Time Started for the log files.
    • Select the Time Completed for the log files. (Select Show more for this option.)
  3. Select Filter to display the report.

    The initial view of the Logs report is the transaction overview page, which includes the number of transactions processed and the file success status.

  4. To access detailed information about the actual actions taken for each transaction in Conduit and in Moodle, select the magnifying glass icon next to the desired transaction to view the logs.

    The details include:

    • Severity: Severity of any error during processing individual record.
    • Source: The system the transaction was processed for either conduit or Moodle.
    • Message: Short message of the action taken and information on any error that occurred when importing the file to Conduit.
    • Time Created: Time the action was completed. In order to reduce the number of log records kept in the system, it is recommended that you delete older logs.
  5. To delete old log records manually, follow these steps:
    • Select the transactions to delete or select Select All.
    • Choose Delete from the With Selected menu.
    • Select Yes on the warning.

View related logs

Steps: Conduit > Related Logs

The Related Logs report is designed to assist administrators in finding all transactions for a given user, course, enrollment, group, or group member. This report provides administrators with a view into all of the Conduit actions that have been processed on the given user, course, enrollment, group, or group member along with the date the transaction was processed.

  1. Select the Related Logs tab.
  2. Select the Conduit table that contains the data you need.

    Options include Course, Enrollments, Group, Group members, Role assignments, and User.

  3. Filter the report by setting any of the following criteria:
    • Transaction ID: The identification assigned to a transaction.
    • Shortname: The name of the course, enrollment, group, group member, role assignment, or user.
    • Message: Short message of the action taken and information on any error that occurred when importing the file to Conduit.
    • Severity: Severity of any error during processing individual record.
    • Source: The system the transaction was processed for either conduit or Moodle.
    • Time Created: Time the action was completed.
  4. Select Filter to display the report.
  5. To access detailed information about each transaction, select the magnifying glass icon next to the desired transaction to view the logs.

    The details include:

    • Data Type: The data type affected - course, enrollment, group, group member, role assignment, or user.
    • Severity: Severity of any error during processing individual record.
    • Source: The system the transaction was processed for either conduit or Moodle.
    • Message: Short message of the action taken and information on any error that occurred when importing the file to Conduit.
    • Time Created: Time the action was completed. In order to reduce the number of log records kept in the system, it is recommended that you delete older logs.
  6. To delete old log records manually, follow these steps:
    • Select the transactions to delete or selet Select All.
    • Choose Delete from the With Selected menu.
    • Select Yes on the warning.

View Unmatched records

Steps: Conduit > Unmatched Records

The Unmatched records report helps administrators identify records in Moodle that are missing in Conduit and vice versa.

  1. Select the Unmatched Records tab.
  2. Select the Conduit table that contains the data you need.

    Options include Course, Enrollments, Group, Group members, Role assignments, and User.

  3. Select the Unmatch Source data – Moodle or Conduit.
  4. Filter the report by the specific data chosen - course, enrollments, group, group members, role assignments, and user.
  5. Select Filter to display the report.
  6. To access detailed information, Select the magnifying glass icon.
  7. To export the data, choose the file format from the Export menu.

    Options include CSV.


View Grades

Steps: Conduit > Grades

The Grades report displays the course total, manual, category, and manual grades (depending on the grade's Web services settings) for all users (in Conduit enrollments or another method) in all courses with the Collect block in it.

  1. Select the Grades tab.
  2. Filter the report by setting any of the following criteria:
    • Type a specific User to view.
    • Type a specific Course to view.
    • Select the Grade Item Types.

      Options include Course, Module, Manual, and Category.

    • Select the Time Modified for the when the grades were updated.
  3. Select Filter to display the report.

    The Grades report doesn't display data in a column, if the data is the same as the previous record. However, when the grade book report is downloaded, the data is in the record.