- To run a single report for a set of one of more migration tasks, highlight the desired tasks in the migration panel then select the desired report from the [Reports] menu. The report will only include data for the highlighted migration tasks. The resulting report will be displayed in the associated application (e.g., excel for .tab files, or a text editor for .txt files).
- To run a set of reports in batch, use the Reports Panel. This Panel allows you to perform a variety of reporting-related operations such as selecting a set of reports and running them in batch or viewing all the report files in the report folder. Click the [Reports] tab on the task details panel at the bottom of the main form.
- To run a set of reports from one or more migration projects in batch use the command line scripts supplied with the gmStudio Samples. See [INSTALLDIR]\samples\batch\run1set.cmd for details.
.NET Assessment Tools
Once you have your code into .NET, Visual Studio offers several useful reports. See Code Analysis and Code Metrics in the Visual Studio documentation.
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Note that the Build Log report will tabulate code analysis results if they are in the MSBuild log. This can be a convenient way to run an automated code review of your new .NET codebase. See MSDN for additional details on using MSBuild for code reviews.