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How to Export Report Data

Updated: December 1, 2010

Applies To: System Center Service Manager 2010 SP1

You can use the following procedure in System Center Service Manager 2010 to export a report into several different types of files so that you can use the data from the reports in different tools. For example, you can export the report data into a comma-separated value (CSV) file and then import it into Microsoft Office Excel.

To open the report and then export the report data

  1. In the Service Manager console, click Reporting.

  2. Expand Reports, and then click any view. For example, click Incident Management.

  3. In the Incident Management view, select List of Incidents Report, and then in the Tasks list, click Run Report.

  4. Click Parameter Control Header to display the parameter controls for the report. Use these parameters to customize the report.

  5. In the Start Date list, select the date one week before the current date (today), and then click anywhere in the form.

  6. Optionally, specify other criteria that you want to filter.

  7. In the Tasks list, click Run Report.

  8. In the List of Incidents report, review the data to ensure the incident information that you want to view is displayed. If you do not see the information you expect, revise the criteria, and then run the report again by clicking Run Report.

  9. Click the Export icon, and then select the format in which you want to save the report. In the list, select one of the following:

    • XML file with report data

    • CSV (comma delimited)

    • Acrobat (PDF) file

    • MHTML (web archive)

    • Excel

    • TIFF file

    • Word

  10. Save the file to the desktop with a file name of your choice, and then close the report form.

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