Issues

The Issues page for an application shows all issues found. You can apply a variety of filters to see the issues you need, and click on any issue to open the detailed issue information pane.

To open the Issues page for an application:
  • On the main menu, click Applications > Application name > Issues


Issues page options

Option Description
Issue information To view the detailed information for a specific issue, click on the issue to open the issue information pane.
Filters To filter the list of issues shown:
  • Click one or both of the quick filter buttons, or
  • Select one or more filters (check boxes) in the All filters drop-down list.
    Tip: When done, click All filters again to close the list.
To remove all applied filters, click Clear filters.
Search Search all table content for strings.
Columns By default the columns show severity, status, issue type, location and a frw other attributes, but you can
  • Choose from many more attributes by clicking the columns drop-down list.
  • Remove columns by clearing check boxes.
  • Drag-and-drop column headers to change the order of the columns shown.
  • Click a column header to order entries.
Edit status Click to edit the status of all selected issues.
Filtered security report Click to select report options and download a security report for the selected issues. If no issues are selected, report will show all issues.
Import issues Click to import issues from a CSV file. To see the correct CSV file structure, download sample CSV file.

Filtered reports

You can generate a security report for specific issues in the application from the Issues page.

To generate a Filtered Security Report:
  1. Open the application you want.
  2. At the top of the page, click Issues, to open the Issues page for the application.
  3. Select the filters you want and then click Filtered Security Report.

  4. In the dialog that opens, the report is given a default name. You can optionally rename. You can also select format (HTML, PDF, CSV), add notes, and select check boxes for the information you want included in the report.
    Tip: You may need to scroll down the dialog to see all check box options.
  5. Click Generate report.
    Note: The Filtered Security Report is generated when you click the button. Therefore, unlike the general Security Report, that reflects the data at the time the scan completed, the filtered report reflects the latest status of issues found. For example an issue changed from New to Fixed is shown as Fixed in this report.