- What's new
- System requirements
- Get started
- Direct Import
- Install Capture
- Web applications
- Import Applications Toolbar
- Report views
Prepare to import
- Discover Applications
- Integrate data from Active Directory and Configuration Manager
- Install Capture
- Operating system images
- Modules, reports, and algorithms
- Custom reports
- Forward Path
- External data
- Task locks
- Web site
- Configure AppDNA Environment wizard
- System Check issues
- Active Directory and Configuration Manager issues
- Install Capture issues
You use the Report Export wizard to perform a bulk export of reports for a given set of applications in a choice of formats – MHT (a single-file Web page, which you can view in a browser and is easy to send to colleagues), Excel, or PDF (Application Issues report view only).
Note: The report export can take many hours if you export reports for a large application portfolio – particularly if you choose to export remediation report views (which require more complex processing).
To open the Report Export wizard, from the menus, choose Tools > Report Export.
On the Welcome page, click Next to begin. The AppDNA Report Export Wizard then takes you through the following steps.
Select the applications.
In this step, the wizard provides a list of the applications in your portfolio. You can sort the list and filter it on any column, just like you can in the Application List screen. You can also drag a column header to group the applications by the values in a specific column.
Select the applications for which you want to export reports and click Next to continue.
Select which reports you want to export.
The Report Export wizard does not provide options for selecting the OS images to use. This is because the export always uses the default OS images set for the reports in Edit > Settings on the OS Image Configuration page.
Select which report views you want to export and the formats.
The PDF format is only available for the Application Issues report view.
Select your output folder and perform the export.
When the report export has finished, AppDNA displays a dialog box that gives you the option of viewing the log. Click Finish to close the AppDNA Report Export Wizard.