article Understanding Dates and Times in up.time

When configuring graphs or reports, you must specify a range of dates and times over which the graph or report will chart information. up.time will only display information for the periods that you specify.

Date and time ranges are set in the Date Range area of the Reports and Graphing subpanels, as shown below:

Specifying a date range in up.time

Choose one of the following options to set dates and times for a graph or report:

  1. Click the Specific Date and Time option and then in the Date Range area, select the start date and time of the report by:
    • Entering the start and end times (in HH:MM:SS format) in the From and To text boxes.
    • Entering the start and end dates (in YYYY-MM-DD format) in the From and To text boxes.

    Note: You can also click the calendar icon to select dates.

  2. Click the Last option and complete the following:
    • Select a number from 1 to 10 from the first dropdown list.
    • Select Days, Weeks or Months from the second dropdown list.

    The end date for any of these options is the current date and time. For example, if you select 1 and Days, the graph or report will cover the 24-hour period from the previous day until the date and time that you created the report.

  3. Click the Quick Date option and then select one of the following options from the dropdown list:
    • Today
    • Yesterday
    • This Week
    • Last Week (Sun-Sat)
    • This Month
    • Last Month

    Note: The This Month option collects information from the first day of the current month to the day on which the report or graph is being generated. The Last Month option collects information from the beginning to the end of the previous month.

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