This page introduces gmStudio reporting features.
gmStudio can produce a variety of useful reports to help you plan, execute, and measure the progress of your migration effort. There are four classes of reports:
The gmStudio report titles and output file names are listed below:
|Code Scan Reports|
|Source GUI Scan||[MigName]-SrcGUI.tab|
|Source Code Scan||[MigName]-SrcScan.tab|
|.NET Build Logs||[MigName]-BldLog.tab|
|Interface File Headers||[MigName]-LibHeaders.tab|
|Interface File ProgIds||[MigName]-LibProgIds.tab|
|Semantic Model Reports|
|Migration Project List||gmProjects.tab|
|Target Code Scan||[MigName]-BndScan.tab|
|Target Code Chanfges||[MigName]-BndChanges.txt|
Most reports are driven off selected tasks in the Migration Project. You indicate which migration tasks to include in a report by selecting them in the migration panel.
Most reports are authored as tab-delimited text files with the first record containing the column names of the report. These reports are written to files with a .tab extension. A handful of reports aggregate various log files and other data as free-form text files. These reports are written to files with a .txt extension.
Most reports are written to the report folder in your migration workspace.
There are three ways to run gmStudio reports:
Once you have your code into .NET, Visual Studio offers several useful reports. See Code Analysis and Code Metrics in the Visual Studio documentation.
Automated .NET Code Review
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.