Aspera Console provides built-in filters that allow you to specify conditions for limiting the data included in your report. The filters section includes the following columns:

Column Heading Description
Filter By Select from a list of parameter names.
NOT Appears as a checkbox, where unchecked represents "is" and checked represents "is not" (e.g. file extension is not equal to tmp)
Comparison Select from a list of operators (e.g., equal to, greater than, etc.).
Value Input a parameter value to complete the filter expression.
Console filters

IMPORTANT NOTE: Once you have added a filter, you may remove it by clicking the Remove hyperlink.

The following filter parameters are available within the "Filter By" drop-down list:

Parameter Name Parameter Description
{Custom Field Names} Displays custom fields that you have configured for the SQL database.
File Bytes Transferred File bytes successfully received over the network by the destination.
File Bytes Written Files bytes successfully received over the network by the destination, plus bytes skipped for data already present at the destination.
File Error Description File's error message, if any.
File Extension Portion of the filename after the last period (.)
File Fullpath File's directory tree hierarchy.
File Name Name of the file, without its path (e.g. "my_file.txt," rather than "C:\temp\my_file.txt").
File Session Status Status of file session (e.g. "running," "completed," "canceled" or "error"), where a file session is one file in a transfer session. A file record may group together more than one file session record if, during a transfer session, one of the files fails or is interrupted. In the next transfer session (when the transfer is retried or a hot folder handles the next batch of files to arrive), then that particular file may be retried. This will result in another file session record being created.
File Size Size of the file in bytes.
File Status The file status will be the status of the last/most recent file session for the file (e.g. "running," "completed," "canceled" or "error").
SSH Account SSH account specified when the transfer starts.
Transfer Average Rate Average transfer rate in bits per second.
Transfer Bytes Lost Number of bytes sent by source for a particular file, but never received by destination, or never written to disk.
Transfer Bytes Transferred Total bytes successfully received over the network by the destination.
Transfer Bytes Written Total bytes successfully received over the network by the destination, plus bytes skipped for data already present at the destination.
Transfer Client Address IP address of transfer initiator.
Transfer Contact Contact assigned by Console. This can be a Console user name, a Faspex user name, SSH account, or customized value obtained from a transfer cookie. Examples: "admin (console)", "aspera (ssh)", "michael (faspex)"
Transfer Cookie Custom identifying text attached to a transfer session. This text is used by the Console to identify and name transfers.
Transfer Destination Address IP address of transfer destination.
Transfer Destination Path The file path on the destination machine.
Transfer Error Description Error message for transfer or file, if any.
Transfer Files Completed Number of files successfully verified at destination (i.e., the number of files actually transferred plus the number of files that were already at destination).
Transfer Files Failed Number of files that failed to transfer.
Transfer Name Human-readable name assigned to a transfer. This name may have been keyed in by the user or automatically set by an application.
Transfer Server Address IP address of transfer server.
Transfer Session Status Indicates status of transfer session (e.g. "running," "completed," "canceled" or "error"), where the transfer session represents one execution of ascp (i.e., one attempt to transfer). Note that when a transfer session is interrupted or fails and is configured to retry, a second transfer session will begin after the configured retry interval has elapsed.
Transfer Source Address IP address of transfer source.
Transfer Source Paths File paths on the source machine.
Transfer Status NOTE: A transfer groups together transfer sessions into a single item. The transfer status will be the status of the last/most recent transfer session for the transfer (e.g. "running," "completed," "canceled" or "error").