The report looks great.
Inconsistency of graph direction Rule result breakdown vs Failed rules by severity
breakdown caught my eye.
The Rule result breakdown shows more important issues to the right, but the Failed rules
by severity breakdown to the left.
The whole document seems to be bringing focus to the right side.
On Nov 12, 2014, at 11:36, Martin Preisler wrote:
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From: "Shawn Wells" <firstname.lastname@example.org<mailto:email@example.com>>
To: "Martin Preisler"
"SCAP Security Guide"
Sent: Thursday, November 6, 2014 5:33:43 PM
Subject: Re: Waiver support in HTML report
The post mentions users won't be able to create waivers in the HTML report
itself. What's the workflow to introduce a waiver?
I have done initial research on how to implementing adding waivers from
See the prototype:
Please note that this is not committed yet. It needs quite some cleanup.
As discussed previously this allows integrations of openscap to preprocess
the HTML report and insert their own callback. That's how they get notified
about added waivers.
A nice accidental feature I discovered today is that you can waive the report
in firefox and when you "Save as" it saves the report with the waivers.
Could be useful in small deployments.
- score not recomputed
- number of rules that fail, pass, ... isn't recomputed
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