Manage the Xray Reports List and Performing Actions on Reports

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After you generate a report, it will appear in the reports list. Each report in the list will have the following information:

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Name

Description

Report Name

The reports given name

Author

The author that created the report.

Start Time

The time when the report started running.

Status

The status of the report:

  • Running

  • Pending

  • Completed

  • Aborted

  • Failed

  • Abandoned

Progress

Progress of the report

  • Artifacts reported so far

  • Total number of artifacts

Report Length

The number of rows in a report.

You can perform several actions to help you manage the generated reports. In the reports list, click on the Actions drop-down to view all the possible actions, such as:

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Viewing a Report

After a report completes, you can select to view it in the UI. You can export the report to a PDF, JSON, and CVE.

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Viewing Report Details

Displays the details of the report, such as report type, scope, and filter criteria.

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Exporting a Report

You can export reports to a PDF, JSON, or CSV file. Each file format will provide you with different capabilities depending on your needs. These files can be further used by applications and tools that your organization uses to gain further analytics. Below are some examples of each file format.

PDF
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CSV
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JSON
{ "total_rows" : 68,
  "rows" : [
{
        "cves": [],
        "summary": "nir4",
        "severity": "High",
        "vulnerable_component": "rubygems://rubygems-update:2.0.6",
        "impacted_artifact": "deb://all:jfrog-artifactory-pro:7.2.0~m027",
        "path": "nir-debian/pool/artifactory-pro-7.2.0-m027.deb",
        "fixed_versions": [],
        "published": "2020-05-26T15:06:05+03:00",
        "issue_id": "CustomIssue_69Q3m2hFXWCFHr0T",
        "package_type": "rubygems",
        "provider": "Custom",
        "description": "s",
        "references": []
        }
,{
        "cves": [
        {
        "cve": "CVE-2020-11612",
        "cvss_v2_score": 7.5,
        "cvss_v2_vector": "CVSS:2.0/AV:N/AC:L/Au:N/C:P/I:P/A:P"
        }
        ],
        "cvss2_max_score": 7.5,
        "summary": "The ZlibDecoders in Netty 4.1.x before 4.1.46 allow for unbounded memory allocation while decoding a ZlibEncoded byte stream. An attacker could send a large ZlibEncoded byte stream to the Netty server, forcing the server to allocate all of its free memory to a single decoder.",
        "severity": "High",
        "vulnerable_component": "gav://io.netty:netty-codec:4.1.38.Final",
        "impacted_artifact": "deb://all:jfrog-artifactory-pro:7.2.0~m027",
        "path": "nir-debian/pool/artifactory-pro-7.2.0-m027.deb",
        "fixed_versions": [
        "4.1.46.Final"
        ],
        "published": "2020-04-12T19:41:55+03:00",
        "issue_id": "XRAY-96164",
        "package_type": "maven",
Cloning a Report

Create a clone of an existing report to reuse a report and its defined settings to save you time instead of recreating reports that you use often.