Mar. 28, 2016
You can use a comma-separated values (.csv) file to define a list of applications to import into AppDNA. The file must have the following columns:
If the file includes any characters that are not standard printable ASCII characters, the file must be saved with UTF-8 encoding.
In the following example .csv file, the first row defines the columns, including the application attribute AppID. The second row specifies an .msi file to import into the General application group. The third row specifies an .exe file to import using a silent switch and the Snapshot execution profile into the General application group.
Filename,Silent Switch,Execution Profile,Group,AppID \\machine01\25appTest\Dreamweaver_MX_6.0_P1.1.msi,,,General \\machine171\AppDNAInput\burn4free_setup.exe,/s,Snapshot,General
Errors are incorrect data, missing data, or columns that cannot be matched. Choose whether to ignore errors for this import.