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Customizing Your Report Views

Updated: May 31, 2012

Applies To: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Vista

You can customize how you view your report data in Application Compatibility Manager (ACM).

You can choose which operating systems ACM shows in the compatibility reports. For operating systems that you exclude from the reports, the data continues to be collected but ACM does not display it.

If you are using ACM on multiple computers that access the same ACT database, when you remove an operating system from your reports, all of the computers running ACM no longer show the operating system.

  1. On the Analyze screen, at the bottom of the Quick Reports pane, click Customize this view.

  2. In the Deployment Reports area, select the check boxes for the operating systems you want to show in your reports, and then click OK.

  3. Select the architectures, 32-bit, 64-bit, or Both, for which you want to see compatibility ratings in the report screens.

You can add and remove columns from most of the report screens. In the report dialog boxes, you cannot add or remove columns, but you can reorder the columns.

  1. On the selected report screen, right-click the column headings, and then click Column Options.

  2. Select the check box next to any column that you want to add, and clear the check box next to any column that you want to remove.

  3. If you want, reorder the columns by using the Move Up and Move Down buttons.

  4. Click OK.

The following table shows the columns that are available for each screen.

 

Screen Default columns Additional columns

<OperatingSystem> - Application Report

  • Application Name

  • Version

  • Company

  • My Assessment

  • User Assessment

  • Send/Receive Status

  • Vendor Assessment

  • Community Assessment

  • Active Issues

  • Computers

  • Resolved Issues

  • Language

  • Priority

  • Deployment Status

  • Issues with Solutions

<OperatingSystem> - Computer Report

  • Computer Name

  • Applications with Issues

  • Devices with Issues

  • Operating System

  • Domain

  • Applications

  • Devices

  • Priority

<OperatingSystem> - Device Report

  • Model

  • Manufacturer

  • Assessment

  • Device Class

  • Computers

  • Assessment

  • Priority

Internet Explorer - Web Site Report

  • Web Site

  • My Assessment

  • Active Issues

  • Resolved Issues

  • None

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