This topic explains how to configure your Forward Path reports so that the name of each application included in the report is a link to the application's remediation report view. You can create the link to the remediation report view of a single report or to a combination of any of the standard reports (this links to the merged remediation report view).
Here is a snippet from a Forward Path report that shows the application name appearing as a link:
You specify the link in the Forward Path scenario using the RemediationModules property on the Output object (also known as the ForwardPathReportOutput object). You can create the link to the remediation report view for a single report or to a merged remediation report view. For example, you can create a link to the Windows 7 remediation report view like this:
Dim myForwardpathresult As New Output() ' ... myForwardpathresult.RemediationModules.Add("Win7Module")
To create a link to the merged Windows 7 and App-V remediation report views, add another line like this:
By default, the link takes you to the remediation issues view. If you want it to go to the remediation actions view, add the following line:
myForwardpathresult.RemediationView = RemediationView.Actions
The following table lists the IDs that define the various AppDNA reports. For the link to work correctly, the report must be licensed and the application analyzed for that report.
|To specify this report:||Use this ID:|
|Windows Server 2012/2012 R2||Win2012Module|
|Windows Server 2008 R2||Win2008R2Module|
|Internet Explorer (IE)||IEModule|
You can link to a single custom report's remediation report view. To do this, you need to know the custom report's identifier. Typically this is the same as the custom report's name (with any spaces removed). For example, if you create a custom report using the default name of "My New Custom Report", its identifier is typically MyNewCustomReport. However, there are exceptions. For example:
Here is the example scenario we created in the Forward Path example, that has been expanded to create links to the remediation report views:
Public Function ForwardPath(ByVal currentApplication _ As Application) As Output Dim myForwardpathresult As New Output() If (currentApplication.Modules.Windows7.RAG = RAG.Green) Then myForwardpathresult.Outcome = "OK for Windows 7" Else If (currentApplication.Modules.Windows7.RAG = RAG.Amber) Then myForwardpathresult.Outcome = "Remediation required" Else myForwardpathresult.Outcome = "Redevelopment required" End If End If myForwardpathresult.Cost = 100 myForwardpathresult.RAG = _ currentApplication.Modules.Windows7.RAG ' Create links to the merged Windows 7 and App-V ' remediation report views. myForwardpathresult.RemediationModules.Add("Win7Module") myForwardpathresult.RemediationModules.Add("VirtualisationRuleModule") ' Specify that the link goes to the action view. myForwardpathresult.RemediationView = _ RemediationView.Actions ForwardPath = myForwardpathresult End Function