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Economical reports in uCMDB

I know i've seen, either in course documentation or in here somewhere, how to set up eg cost and calculation in uCMDB and i really want to get deeper into this.


Can someone that understand what i mean point me in the right direction?




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Re: Economical reports in uCMDB

Hello , 


I hope you are doing well . 


Would you please explain me with more details your question ? 


Best Regards , 

Melissa Carranza Mejias
Customer Support Engineer

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Re: Economical reports in uCMDB

Hi Ramjor,


I am not sure if this is what you're looking for, but you can create a report in which you can view Cost CIs.


  1. In Admin UI create a Pattern View with Asset connected to Cost. 
  2. In Report Layout tab, fold Cost under Asset.
  3. Consume the Report in Admin UI Reports or UCMDB Browser Reports.
  • It doesn't have to be just Asset, it can be also Ticket, Contract, BusinessApplication ...
  • You can add a sum function to Asset to calculate the amount if there are more than one Cost CIs (Click on Asset, Add Function, select Cost - Sum - Amount combination)
  • If you don't need the sum function, the report can be created in Browser Reports as a Basic Report




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