how2 create rpt in boe xi r2 sp5 to id all rpts scheduled to run between 7a and 8a est?

How can I create a report or identify all reports that are run between 7am and 8am est, for example? I have boe xi r2 sp5... looking at our cms db/table, CMS_InfoObjects5, there is a next run time but doesn't have any tables with report name. the query builder doesn't allow convert functions to convert the next run time from gmt to ext?
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by6738Commented:
In order to report on ad-hoc usage, you will need to query the Auditor tables (if you have Auditor installed).  The canned Auditor reports should be a good starting point.  

Usage information is not captured in the Infostore (CMS database), and cannot be retrieved through Query Builder / SDK scripting.  The closest you will be able to get is start and end times of scheduled report instances (all ad-hoc activity and on-demand report requests are excluded).
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