Use the Self-Provisioning tab in the Import Applications screen to administer and manage the Self-Provisioning process. The procedure differs depending on whether you are using the connected or disconnected mode.
To open the Self-Provisioning tab: From the AppDNA side bar, choose Import & Analyze > Applications and then click the Self-Provisioning tab.
Click Browse to select individual files, click Search to recursively search a directory structure for files, or use the Import from List option.
After you select the files, AppDNA lists them.
AppDNA presents a warning that this will overwrite the existing status of the selected applications.
AppDNA then updates the screen with the details of the client instruction file for each selected application.
To see the status of connected operations in the Self-Provisioning client:
When you are working in disconnected mode, the Self-Provisioning client creates an output file with a name of the form installer.exe.appcapture_pkg.result, where installer.exe is the name of the installation file.
This changes the status from Published to Completed for the applications for which output files were found.