Specifying export visual report operation options

Use the export visual report operation to export a visual report to a file.

About this task

To specify export visual report operation options, perform the following procedure:


  1. Open the Specify operations page of the Action Wizard and click Add Operation.
    The Operation Wizard opens.
  2. Click Export visual report and then click Next.
    The Specify export parameters page opens.
  3. Select the file type that you want to export from the Export type drop-down list.
    Valid file types are:
    • PDF (*.pdf)
    • HTML (*.html)
  4. Specify the location to save the object.
    There are two options:
    1. To specify a static save location for the object, click Path and then click the ellipsis (...) at the bottom right of the Destination area.
      The Save As window opens.
    2. Navigate to the directory location where you want to save the object and click Finish.
      The Save As window closes.
    3. In case the Root output directory is specified on the Server-Side File System page of the Preferences window, you can just type a path and a file name or only a file name in the Path field. The file will be exported to this root directory automatically. In QMF for WebSphere® you can specify only the path, lying in the root directory set by administrator. Otherwise, the export will be forbidden and an error will occur.
    4. To specify a conditional save location for the object, click Formula and then click the ellipsis (...).
      The Formula editor opens.
    5. Specify the formula to use to determine the location to save the object and click OK.
      The Formula editor closes.
  5. Select the Delete after task completion check box if you want to remove the exported file from the specified location when the scheduled task is completed.
  6. Select the Mark as attachment check box if you want to be able to attach this visual report to the email automatically.
  7. Click Next.
    The Specify [file type] export options page opens. On this page you can select additional options that are available depending on the type of file that you are creating.
  8. Click Finish.
    The Operation Wizard closes.