The attached PowerShell script acts like an XML Stylesheet (XSLT) to transform the exported .dfx5 file (XML) into something more readable. The script will simply read the exported .dfx5 file and create an HTML file with a series of tables displaying details. For the general info, the report displays data in a few different ways: text, list, table. Of course, you can extend or modify the script to display data how you like.
How to use?
- Export data feed to a .dfx5 file.
- Run the PowerShell script.
- If data feed file path is blank in script (default), the user will be prompted to select data feed file.
- When complete, a new HTML file is created using same name as the .dfx5 file with ".html" appended.
- The HTML report is opened using default browser.
- v1.1 - Oct 2019
- Added and removed details depending on the data feed type
- Added Transform details
- Added CSS styling for navigation and sticky headers/footer (works in newer browsers like Chrome and Edge)
- Fixed issues with layout when printing from browser or saving to PDF
- v1.0 - Oct 2019
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