User Guide for the Cisco Unified Intelligence Center Reporting Application, Release 9.1(1)
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This guide explains the user interface and functionality in the Cisco Unified Intelligence Center reporting application.


This guide is intended for reporting users, administrators, and developers who use the Cisco Unified Intelligence Center web server to run and manage reports for the Cisco Unified Contact Center products.

This guide documents the stock objects that are installed or can be imported and used with Unified Intelligence Center and does not explain customization. Stock objects are Reports, Report Definitions, Data Sources, Categories, Value Lists, and Collections. You can download the necessary Cisco stock reports from the Software Download page on the Cisco web site and import these reports into Cisco Unified Intelligence Center.


This Section


Chapter 1: Product Overview

A high-level description of Unified Intelligence Center, the Overview drawer, the cluster deployment model, logging in, and authentication.

Chapter 2: Getting Started with Unified IC Reporting

First steps to perform when you begin to use Unified Intelligence Center, basic concepts, User Roles.

Chapter 3: Dashboards

The Dashboards interface, creating and viewing dashboards, adding items to a dashboard, the dashboard slideshow.

Chapter 4: Data Sources

The Data Sources interface, the data sources that are installed with Unified Intelligence Center, how to create and edit a data source.

Chapter 5: Reports

The Reports interface, the stock reports, how to import reports, how to run a report, how to edit a report, working with report views, charts, and gauges.

Chapter 6: Report Definitions

The Report Definitions interface that is offered with the Premium license, what is a report definition, the types of queries supported by Unified Intelligence Center, working with a report definition, the SQL syntax used with Unified Intelligence Center.

Chapter 7: Value Lists and Collections

The Values List and Collections interface, how value lists are associated with report definitions, the types of collections you can create for a value list, the collections that are created by Unified CCE User Integration.

Chapter 8: Scheduler

The Scheduler interface, how to create and maintain a schedule for a report.

Chapter 9: Security

The Security interface, the User List, User Group, Permissions, and using Run As.

Chapter 8: System Concepts and Navigation Controls

The Unified Intelligence Center user interface, how to access the Cisco Unified Communications tools, working with categories, the difference between stock and custom objects.


Troubleshooting is located online, on a customer-facing Wiki page that can be accessed by anyone who has a account:

Troubleshooting tips for the Cisco Unified Intelligence Center (


This manual uses the following conventions:



boldface font

Boldface font is used to indicate commands, such as user entries, keys, buttons, and folder and submenu names. For example:

  • Choose Edit > Find.

  • Click Finish.

italic font

Italic font is used to indicate the following:

  • To introduce a new term. Example: A skill group is a collection of agents who share similar skills.

  • For emphasis. Example: Do not use the numerical naming convention.

  • A syntax value that the user must replace. Example: IF (condition, true-value, false-value)

  • A book title. Example: See the Cisco CRS Installation Guide.

window font

Window font, such as Courier, is used for the following:

  • Text as it appears in code or that the window displays. Example: <html><title>Cisco Systems,Inc. </title></html>

< >

Angle brackets are used to indicate the following:

  • For arguments where the context does not allow italic, such as ASCII output.

  • A character string that the user enters but that does not appear on the window such as a password.

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