PowerBI/Orchestrator Data Source

Hello, i am in need of some help friends!

I am working on a dashboard and i need help with getting the average run time for the last month for each job. I am not sure what exactly the path would look like this for this particular query… can you please help?

I am thinking something along the lines of: https://cloud.uipath.com/odata/Jobs?$top=10&$filter=Robot/Id eq 749 and StartTime gt 2017-09-22T09:59:22.837Z

but ^ that only shows the start date. (just an example start date) i want the the last month? Is this possible?

I believe the path for the end date is: https://cloud.uipath.com/odata/Jobs?$top=10&$filter=Robot/Id eq 759 and EndTime lt 2018-02-22T10:00:00.837Z

^ just an example with a specific date… ^

Again, how can i get this data - to show the last month average run time for all the jobs we have…? What would the path look like?

All this data is coming from Orchestrator UIpath

Please help, thanks so much!

Kelly Whiteside

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