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Affected content control adds a field to your report that displays a comma-separated list of the nodes affected by each issue. For a vertical list of affected nodes, you can use the
Affected content control takes the list of affected nodes you're used to seeing on each issue "Evidence tab" in Dradis:
and creates the same list in your report:
Affected content control must be applied within an
Issue content control otherwise there is no context for it.
If you haven't done so yet, now would be a good time to review the Issue Content Control section of this guide.
Affected content control inside the issue content control on your report template:
Issuescontent control, add a new Rich Text Content Control.
Affectedtag to the title field. (Remember that Word automatically populates the tag if you do not provide one)
Affectedcontrol nested within the
Now, after you upload your report template to Dradis, you can export your report and see the list of affected nodes for each issue.
Affected title is already given meaning within Dradis, you do not have to adjust anything within Dradis in order to include the
Affected content control in your report.
AffectedList content control works exactly the same way as the
Affected content control, except that it creates a vertical list (separated by line breaks) instead of a comma-separated list. It works with and without bullet points.
Insert it in your template the same way as you would the
Affected content control:
AffectedCount content control counts the number of nodes affected by an issue. This is only a count of the nodes, not of evidence! Therefore, if you have 10 pieces of evidence for an issue affecting 2 nodes, the
AffectedList content control will give a value of 2 in your exported report. If you want to count evidence, consider using an EvidenceCounter content control instead.
AffectedCount content control the same way as you would an
AffectedList content control. You will not need to adjust anything within Dradis for these content controls to work.
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