Export a rule set's execution history so that someone else can analyze the history to determine why a rule set did not execute successfully. Import a rule set's execution history to analyze its history in your Rule Debugger.
You can export a rule set's execution history to another site so that someone else can analyze the information. For example, you might want to send the data to a Kodak service representative for diagnosis, to determine why a particular execution of a rule set failed. You can export one execution of a rule set or multiple executions of a rule set.
When you export a rule set's execution history, a
.zip file containing all of the data is created in the location that you specify. You can then send the
.zip file to another site as desired—for example, in an email message or using an FTP site.
When you import a rule set's execution history, you use the
.zip file that was sent to you. Importing a rule set's execution history is a two-step process. First, you import the rule set, and then you open the rule set in Rule Debugger and import the rule set's execution history.
Note: You can also press CTRL+C to copy RBA parameters from the Rule Debugger onto the clipboard.