Previous versions of FlowWright provided basic audit information for a given workflow definition or instance and now v9.6 of FlowWright enhances these reports in 2 important ways: 1) they are now template driven and 2) they can now include much richer content.
Here's what an audit report looks like within v9.6 for a workflow definition:
As you can see, it is rich in content and vastly improved in appearance. These are data-driven reports using templates. Templates can be easily accessed and modified using the following path on the server:
You will find the following template files:
Open the report template using Microsoft Word and change the template to suit your needs by changing the logo, fonts, colors, etc. Report generation template looks as follows:
FlowWright’s new audit report functionality uses FlowWright's document generation functionality, similar to the "generateworddocument" step. We have packed a lot of information into this audit report, from step information to history to all relevant audit information.
Here's a link to an actual audit report for a workflow definition.
Here's a link to an actual audit report for a workflow instance.