Product Documentation

Import web applications

Oct 08, 2015

This topic provides information about the Import Web Applications screen's toolbar.

Toolbar

Add button Add – (Only available on the Web Capture Import tab.) Use to open the Select Web Application dialog box, where you can specify the URL of the web application's runtime HTML files, the location of the source files, or both.

URLs button URLs – (Only available on the Web Capture Import tab.) Use to select the URL of a web application from a bookmark.

Browse button Browse – (Only available on the Web Direct Import tab.) Use to select an individual web application that has been captured into an MSI file using the stand-alone web application capture tools.

Search button Search – (Only available on the Web Direct Import tab.) Use to recursively search down a directory structure for web applications that have been captured into MSI files using the stand-alone web application capture tools. This opens the Search for Applications dialog box.

Select – Provides options to select failed imports, imports with warnings, or successful imports.

Import List button Import List – (Only available on the Web Direct Import tab.) Import a predefined list of web applications that have been captured into MSI files using the stand-alone web application capture tools. This opens the Import an Application List dialog box.

Delete button Delete – Remove selected applications from the list of applications.

Cancel button Cancel – Cancel the process that is currently running.

Import – Click to import the selected web applications.

Analyze – Click to analyze the data after it has been imported. Alternatively, you can use the Application List screen to analyze the applications later.

Configuration – Click to set options in Web import settings.

Select Web Application dialog box

You use the Select Web Application dialog box to specify the name of the web application, and the URL of its runtime HTML files, or the location of its source files, or both. To open this dialog box, click Add on the toolbar in the Import Web Applications screen.

Name – The name to be used for the web application within AppDNA.

URL – If you want to capture the web application by using the spider to crawl over the runtime HTML pages, specify its URL here.

Source folder – If you want to capture the web application's source files, specify the location of the folder in which they are located.

Note: You must specify a URL or a source folder. However, you can specify both for the most comprehensive analysis.