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3.1.15.3.8.  Export

The results of analyses can be exported in HTML, CSV or PDF format.

The figure exemplarily shows a duplicate analysis.

The figure exemplarily shows a duplicate analysis.

  • HTML: You can export the analysis in HTML format.

    -> The dialog box Export analysis results as HTML is opened.

    1. Select the Destination directory.

    2. Determine the variables Variables, whose value shall be displayed in the report.

      Example:

      The figure shows the added ERP number

      The figure shows the added ERP number

      When clicking on the button Edit custom variables , the dialog box Custom variables is opened.

      Custom variables

      Custom variables

      Here, you can specify variables which later will be displayed in the report additionally. They are shown at each part.

      [Note] Note

      The search itself is not affected by the use of user defined variables.

      Both ERP variables and variables from the characteristic attribute table are possible.

      At first click on Add in order to add a new line.

      • Variable type:

        Via double-click into the line under Variable type the list field opens with the following options:

        • ERP

        • Table

      • Variable:

        Via double-click into the line under "Variable" a list field with the following options opens:

        • Options at variable type "ERP":

          When selecting "ERP" the ERP variables of the table are read and displayed in a list. You can also enter any other value.

        • Options at variable type "Table":

          The characteristic attribute variables of the search directory (search source) are listed. You can also enter any other value.

      • Labeling:

        Enter a labeling by clicking on it. This will be displayed in the report later.

      • Unit:

        Optionally you can state a unit.

        If the variable has no own unit, the entered unit is displayed.

        If the variable has a unit, the value is converted. (Currently conversion is only possible at the type "Variable".)

        Example:

        The diameter in the table is given in inches. You have stated mm as unit. -> The value is automatically converted from inches to mm.

      [Tip] Tip

      Already used settings are saved.

      In the list field, select the variable combination to be used in the report. When moving the cursor over an entry, all variables are shown with their description in a tooltip.

      Confirm with OK.

      -> The HTML export is performed.

      In the stated directory, open index.html.

      -> The report is opened.

      Here, the variable ERP_PDM_NUMBER has been added exemplarily.

      Here, the variable ERP_PDM_NUMBER has been added exemplarily.

      [Note] Note

      Buttons like Open, Load as first part, Compare to search-part, etc. are without function.

  • CSV:

    The Export CSV dialog box opens.

    • Fields: Under Fields, determine the Variables, whose values shall be included in the CSV file.

      With a click on the button Edit custom variables the dialog box Custom variables is opened.

      Custom variables

      Custom variables

      Here, you can specify variables which later will be displayed in the report additionally. They are shown at each part.

      Possible are both ERP variables and variables from the characteristic attribute table.

      At first click on Add in order to add a new line.

      • Variable type:

        Via double-click into the line under Variable type the list field opens with the following options:

        • ERP

        • Table

      • Variable:

        Via double-click into the line under "Variable" a list field with the following options opens:

        • Options at variable type "ERP":

          When selecting "ERP" the ERP variables of the table are read and displayed in a list. You can also enter any other value.

        • Options at variable type "Table":

          The characteristic attribute variables of the search directory (search source) are listed. You can also enter any other value.

      • Labeling:

        Enter a labeling by clicking on it. This will be displayed in the report later.

      • Unit:

        Optionally you can state a unit.

        If the variable has no own unit, the entered unit is displayed.

        If the variable has a unit, the value is converted. (Currently conversion is only possible at the type "Variable".)

        Example:

        The diameter in the table is given in inches. You have stated mm as unit. -> The value is automatically converted from inches to mm.

      [Tip] Tip

      Already used settings are saved.

      In the list field, select the variable combination to be used in the report. When moving the cursor over an entry, all variables are shown with their description in a tooltip.

    • Export only parts with the following states: This option is only relevant for Duplicate analysis. There the status can be marked. On this please see ???.

      • No status

      • This part is a duplicate

      • This part is not a duplicate

      • This part has to be analyzed

    • Export state: This option is only relevant for Duplicate analysis. There the status can be marked. On this please see ???.

    • Enable multithreading: Possibly makes sense in order to accelerate the process when using large files, if table variables shall be taken into the CSV. Especially in SSDs and network drives the activation should have a positive effect.

  • PDF: An Explorer window is opened. Determine the filename and click on Save. Special features like adding of variables are not provided here.