Overview: Reports

Administration includes a variety of reports to assist with review tasks, administrative duties, and case oversight. Reports are presented in easy-to-use formats. The following figure shows an excerpt from a typical Privilege Report:


Available Reports

Currently available reports are available in two locations, as described in the following paragraphs.

Reports menu reports

The following figure shows the Reports menu in the Administration navigation panel, and the following table introduces these reports. In this topic, these reports are referred to as “primary” reports.

Reports Menu Reports




Allows you to report on documents relevant to your case, such as documents that will be/have been produced for discovery. Typically based on a search that identifies needed documents.

Case Data Summary

Summarizes case size details such as number and total size (in MB) of case files and data (image, native, and/or extracted text).

Report can optionally be based on any field defined with the category option. For example, if the AUTHOR field is a category field, the report could be generated to summarize case details by author.

Case Review Summary

  • Case Review Summary: Provides the current or final state of case documents and review activity for a selected case.

  • Case Summary by Category: Provides a summary of case review details organized by the category values of a selected field (a field with the Category flag set. See for details on the Category flag.)

Inactive Case

Lists all inactive cases in order by client. (For details on inactive cases, see ).


Lists documents containing tags that have been defined with the Include in Privilege Report option (in Eclipse SE Administration). Optionally includes redaction details for the documents and fields defined by the user.

One use of this report is to identify privileged documents (that is, documents that should not go to opposing counsel).

Production Deliverable

Presents detailed information on production jobs completed in Eclipse SE Administration.

Production Summary

Summarizes production jobs completed in Eclipse SE Administration.

Redacted Documents

Summarizes redaction activity for a selected case.

Redaction Detail Report

Identifies all documents with redactions, and which redactions have been applied, plus field data as selected by the user.

Reviewer Detail

Provides detailed information on reviewer activities for a selected period of time, including day-by-day summary of time spent and editing details.

Shortcut Keys

Lists all assigned tag and field shortcut keys for a selected case. (Details are the same as those available in Case Management > Reports.)

Case management reports

The following reports are available as part of case management:

  • Gaps Report

  • Volume Path Report

  • Duplicates Report

  • Broken File Links

In Eclipse SE Administration, click on the Reports tab. Details on these reports are presented in .

Deduplication reports

The following reports (log files) are created when you perform deduplication during native file ingestion:

  • Deduplication details report

  • Deduplication summary report

Privileges Required

Report access is governed by the Print Reports privilege, which allows users to generate and work with reports. By default, this privilege is given to all user roles except the Standard User. See for details on user and group privileges.

NOTE: Regarding the Case Review Summary, the report will display results based on the user permissions of the person running the report (that is, reporting on those tags and records they have permissions to see).

Before You Begin

Before you begin, ensure that your case is defined as required. For example, if tags are not defined with the Include in Privilege Report option, the Privilege Report will not include them. Make sure all aspects of a case, or review passes, are defined.


Related Topics

Use Primary Reports