How to use the RPA Integration Dashboard

This report lets admin users discover information about all RPA import/export jobs within selected filters. Admins will be able to see useful stats like who is importing/exporting, number of import/exports, complexity in terms or number of steps or includes, and most importantly the percent mapped to RPA destination tools on a per bot or aggregate metric.

  1. Enter the Admin Portal by clicking the cog at the top right of the page

  1. Choose RPA Management and then Integration Reporting
  1. At the top, you can see two banners you can switch between. These banners are dynamic and reflect the information in the table based on selected filters.
    1. Average Percent Data will show all successfully imported and exported DGBs, as well as percent mapped to PAD, UiPath and Blue Prism.
      1. Percent Mapped is determined based on export, so imports will not have this mapping data
    2. Average Per Bot Data displays averages of everything in the table below
  2. By default, the report will show all import/export job metrics. However, you can apply filters to customize the report as much as you'd like. You can also limit the columns you would like to see at once.

Filters/Columns include:



Process name

(Can be clicked to show a call tree with the contents of the job)

Job Type


RPA Platform

For Imports, shows where the RPA file came from. For exports, shows the RPA tool chosen as the destination


Who initiated the job


Length it took to complete the job

Job Status

If the job was Successful or Unsuccessful

Project Name

Source Project in Blueprint where the process was imported to / exported from

DGB's Included

Number of processes imported/exported


Number of declared variables within the process/job

Decision Branches

Count of all If's, If/Else's, and Else's


Count of all actions from source RPA tool

Total Elements

Count of all actions and variables operations/initializations from source RPA tool

Percent Mapped

Upon export we can determine how much was mapped to source RPA tool. This will only appear for export jobs


Number of sub-processes included in the job


Number of applications included in the processes (Can be clicked to show a list of all applications used)

Blueprint Version

Version number of Blueprint the job was initiated on

  1. Users can also export the report to excel. To do so choose Actions and then Export to Excel.
    1. Current View exports the table as seen below.
    For example: If filters are applied and user has limited the table to display to 25 rows per page, it will export an excel sheet with 25 rows of data
    1. All Properties exports all data that exists in the instance