User Guide

  • 2020
  • 10/21/2020
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Reporting Result Data

Use the
Create Problem Report
option on
Intel Inspector
Summary
window context menus to export result data in plain text format so you can distribute it to teammates in other media, such as email.
This functionality provides more data and versatility than the
Copy to Clipboard
option available on various context menus.
To report result data:
  1. In the
    Summary
    window, right-click one or more code locations, problems, or problem sets.
  2. From the context menu, choose
    Create Problem Report...
    to display a
    Problem Report
    dialog box containing result data in plain text format for the selected item(s).
  3. Do one of the following:
    • Click the
      Save to File
      button, then identify a filename and location to export all the result data in the
      Problem Report
      dialog box to a text file.
    • Deselect the
      Include call stacks
      checkbox to exclude call stack information, click the
      Save to File
      button, then identify a filename and location to export the remaining result data to a text file.
    • Click the
      Copy to Clipboard
      button to copy all the result data in the
      Problem Report
      dialog box to the system clipboard.
    • Select result data in the window, then click the
      Copy to Clipboard
      button to copy the selected result data to the system clipboard.

Product and Performance Information

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