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Cannot Export Report on Java Console

Created: 17 Jan 2013 • Updated: 16 Mar 2013 | 12 comments
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Hi All,

i have a problem,

when i want to save report my policies to data.txt, it is failled..

what happens on my java console ?

look the picture :

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Ashish-Sharma's picture

Hi,

Try to restart Java Console and check ...

Thanks In Advance

Ashish Sharma

RamNagalla's picture

hi,

instead of using export option, use Control+C (copy) and Control+v(paste) to excel sheet., that is the quick way.

Control+A to select all.

Marianne's picture

Check that you have write permission in the folder where you want to create the file.

If you modify the default filename, check that you have no spaces in the filename.

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iksaxs's picture

Ashish,

Thanks for your advice, but it is still error..

Nagala,

But copy + paste, can not display detailed information about the policy..

Mariane,

I've done it all, it is still cannot export to .txt file.

any others ideas..

Thanks,

Marianne's picture

Please tell us more about your environment:

Is Java installed on your desktop or are you running jnbSA directly on the master server?

Where exactly are you trying to save output?

Please post screenshots of each step.

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watsons's picture

You can't export policy list, if you read the admin guide, only "activity monitor list" and "host properties" can be exported using the File -> Export functions.

To list your policy, just use command line:

bppllist <policyname> -L

or

bppllist -L -allpolicies   (to list all policies)

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Marianne's picture

Good catch!

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Ambesh_444's picture

Hi,

Please check in system that java servicesrunning or not?

Thank& Regards,

Ambesh

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sazz.'s picture

Watsons is right!:yes I just tried the same thing on my Java console and it gives the exact same error message while exporting the policy list but it exports the activity monitor just fine.

iksaxs's picture

iam not running jnbSA on master server,

but i am running with java console on my computer and i want to save the report (.txt) on my computer..

Marianne's picture

Please read this post again:

https://www-secure.symantec.com/connect/forums/cannot-export-report-java-console#comment-8217911

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RamNagalla's picture

only 2 ways, and both from the Command line, unless you dont have Opscenter.

1) run the below command and and copy the file /tmp/policy_list using WinScp.

bppllist -allpolicies -U  >> /tmp/policy_list

or

2) if you are using Putty to login your Master server.

then.. enable Putty logging..  by right click on the namebar-->chage settings-->  loggin--> provide the log file location as your Desktop and file name.

then run the command 

bppllist -allpolicies -U

out put of above command will log into the desktop file that you specified. you can use it.

hope this helps.