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Map Status Report

You can use this report to investigate the details about a map and its dependencies.

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USLR stands for “Updated Since Last Release”.

Not Used Web Report

You can use this report to search a folder for files that are not referenced by other files. The scope of this reports includes key references and key definitions.

Tip: You can use this report to make content management decisions, such as determining if not used resources can be deleted, implemented into maps, or marked obsolete.

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Tip: You can click a link to navigate to the file in the content library.

Topic Reuse Web Report

You can run this report on more than one map to find reused topics and move them to a common, high-level folder to optimize your reuse opportunities.

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Tip: You can leave the Reuse Folder Name field blank to view all reused topics in the selected maps.

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Tip: You can click a link to navigate to the file in the content library.

Folder Keys Report

You can use this report to view all key values assigned in maps, analyze your key naming conventions, and ensure that existing key names align with your key value creation guidelines.

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Tip: You can click a link to navigate to the file in the content library.

Invalid Keyrefs Report

You can use this report to search a map and its dependencies to find key references (keyrefs) that are referencing key values that are not defined in the map.

Tip: Keyrefs that reference key values that are not defined result in broken links and will cause publishing issues.

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Tip: You can click a link to navigate to the file in the content library.

Folder Structure Report

You can use this report to evaluate your folder structure or use it as a reference to create a new folder structure.

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This report generates a CSV spreadsheet that shows the structure for your selected folder, including all folders and files it contains. The Folder Structure Report results are emailed to the email that you use to log on to easyDITA.

Linked Topics out of Map Scope Report

You can use this report to search a map for links to topics that are not directly included in the map.

Tip: In some outputs (for example, any PDF output), when you link to a topic that is not included in the map, the link will not lead anywhere. This report helps you find these topics so you can remove the link to them or add the linked topic to the map.

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Tip: You can click a link to navigate to the file in the content library.

Unapproved from Approved Topics Report

You can use this report to find files that are set to the Approved status and are referencing files that do not have the Approved status.

Tip: This report helps you find and prevent unapproved topics from being published.

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