OpenPages with Watson V6 folder reports
|Report or folder name||Description|
|All Documentation report||Detailed view of an organization's entity hierarchy, associated internal controls documentation, and counts of related issues, files, and links in the current reporting period. This is filtered by business entity. There are detailed subreports for each count.|
|Administrative Reports folder||Folder that contains predefined administrative reports such as a list of files that are checked out.|
|Audit Reports folder||Folder that contains predefined audit reports such as an audit summary.|
|Issue Reports folder||Folder that contains predefined reports on issues such as the issues and associated action items for a chosen reporting period and business entity.|
Administrative Reports folder
OpenPages with Watson includes the following, predefined administrative reports:
|Checked Out Files|| Listing of attached Files in a checked out state in the
current reporting period.
You can sort by:
|Disassociated Objects||Listing of objects that do not have associated parent objects
in the current reporting period. You can filter for specific object types and can sort by:
Audit Reports folder
In addition to the reports listed in the following table, the Audit Reports folder contains the following subfolders:
- Configuration (see Table 5)
- Security (see Table 6)
Table 3. Audit Reports folder Report Name Description Audit Change Lists all object changes that fulfill the user’s runtime filtering criteria. Users can filter the report on Business Entity, Start Time, End Time, specific object type, and status. For an explanation of audit events and the values in the Status and Item columns of the report, see Description of Audit Change events and values. Audit Summary Administrative summary of changes to documentation data, which is filtered by date and time range. You can also filter by Business Entity and object type and drill into a detailed Audit subreport.
Description of Audit Change events and values
An audit event is a combination of an action and object aspect (that is, the object, a relationship, or attribute of the object) that was affected by the event. The Audit Change report identifies change events for any field value change.
To understand the nature of each audit event, it is useful to understand how objects are created, associated, and shared.
In the hierarchy of objects in the system, a child object (such as a Control) might be associated to more than one parent object (such as a Risk). Conversely, any one parent object (such as a Risk) might have several associations to different child objects (such as Controls). These associations or relationships are flagged as either Primary or Non-Primary.
Any one parent object (such as a Risk) might have multiple child objects (such as
Controls). However, the system allows only one of the object parent-child relationships to be marked
Primary. Primary associations are used to determine the path that the system should follow
when you are executing a number of operations that require object hierarchy traversal.
In the OpenPages with Watson application, the following operations traverse the Primary Association path:
- SCOR rule execution
- Cascade Delete (including those requested by SCOR delete rules)
- Sign-offs, Locking, and Un-Locking
- Hierarchical copy and move
Audit Trail Reports are
parent object centric when the report captures
events that pertain to an object associations. For an object, all association-related events are
defined as those where the object acts as a parent. Events where the object acts as a child are
reported in context of the corresponding parent objects.
Table 4 lists the various audit change values that are listed in the Action column of the Audit Change Report with a brief description of the value and the affected object aspect.
|If the Status column has this value...||And the Item column has this value...||Then it indicates that...|
|Added||Association||An object was associated as a child object in the hierarchy.|
|Added||Object||A new object was created in the repository.|
|Added||Version||A new version of the object was created in the repository.|
|Changed||<property name>||The value of an object’s system or extended property was modified.|
|Removed||Object||The object was logically deleted from the repository.|
|Removed||Association||An object was removed as a child object.|
|Removed Primary||Association||The association has been changed to Non-Primary. This could happen if the user selects another object relationship to be the Primary parent-child association or the current Primary association was deleted.|
|Added Primary||Association||The association type is set to Primary. This first association is always set to Primary|
|Configuration Audit||Lists all configuration changes made to the OpenPages with Watson application during the chosen date range.|
|Administrator Permissions||Lists each administrator and their granted permissions for each Security Domain they administer.|
|Security Domain Role Assignments||Lists each Security Domain to which the selected roles are assigned.|
|Login Activity Summary||Lists all users who accessed the OpenPages with Watson system during the date range. Each user is listed with the last login time, when they last changed their password, and how many times they logged in.|
|Login Activity Log||Lists all user activity during the specified date range. Report users can filter on date range, operation (log in or log out), login status (Failed or Succeeded), and number of login attempts.|
|Roles by Security Domain||Lists each role that is assigned to the selected Security Domain.|
|Roles by User||Lists each user and group with their assigned role for the selected Security Domain.|
|User Role Assignments||Lists all the roles in the system with the assigned user or group for each Security Domain.|
Issue Reports folder
The following table identifies the Issue reports available in the Issue Reports folder:
|Issue List|| Detailed
listing of Issues and associated parent objects, which are filtered
by reporting period and Business Entity.
Note: This report shows a subset of the Issues present in the system. To appear in this report, Issues must be associated with objects that are accessible through direct relationships in the default namespace. For example, Issues that are associated with Controls that are indirectly associated with a Risk Assessment will not appear. Issues associated with Risks that are directly associated in a chain, from Business Entity to Process or Subprocess to Control Objective, appear.
|Issues and Action Items||Lists Issues and associated Action
Items for the chosen reporting period and Business Entity.
Note: This report shows a subset of the Issues and Action Items present in the system. To appear in this report, Issues must be associated with objects that are accessible through direct relationships in the default namespace. For example, Issues associated with Controls that are indirectly associated with a Risk Assessment will not appear, while Issues associated with Risks that are directly associated in a chain, from Business Entity to Process or Sub-process to Control Objective, will appear.