Some product prices are based on "Peak Report Outputs". This is the number of report outputs expected on the busiest day of the year.
A simple formula is used to determine the peak report output.
(Data Count *Report Count * Destination Count) = Total Report Output
Data Count: The number of external records used to drive any given schedule. For non-dynamic schedules (i.e. Single Schedule), this will always be 1.
Report Count: The number of enabled reports in a schedule. A single schedule would be 1. A package schedule could be 2 or more. A data driven schedule would be 1 as there is only 1 report used.
Destination Count: The number of enabled places/formats the report will be delivered to. If a data driven schedule only sends reports by email in PDF format, then it would 1. If it sends to both email and SharePoint, then it would be 2.
I have a Single schedule with static data that runs once a week. This 1 report will be emailed to a group in an excel format.
Resulting count: (1 * 1 * 1) = 1 Report output
I have a Package schedule that includes 3 reports. 3 reports will be generated and emailed to 3 employees and uploaded to SharePoint.
Resulting count: (1*3*2) = 6 Report outputs
Note: The number of people who are emailed the report does not affect the outputs in this example.
I have a Dynamic schedule that runs against 15 records per day. For each record, 1 report will be generated in a .docx format.
Resulting count: (15*1*1) = 15 Report outputs
I have a Data Driven schedule that runs against 20 records per day. For each record, 1 report will be generated. All reports will be in PDF format.
Resulting count: (20 * 1 * 1) = 20 Report outputs
I have 1 Report that CRD bursts into 10 group values. Each group value will be sent via email and uploaded to an FTP site (so 2 different destinations).
Resulting count (10*1*2) = 20