Assessment Mode
As part of the functionalities of the WebMap (WinForms-WebForms) to Web, it can run in assessment mode. When running on assessment mode, it won't generate any converted code, it will only analyze the input code and generate an assessment report based on information gathered during the execution. The following sections will detail the information given in the reports.
Conversion Rates report, Library Element report and UI Library Element report are the expected files to be generated after the application executes the analysis, you can find these reports (.csv files) in your output location at the folder named as Reports.

License activation

To run the Conversion Tool in Assessment mode, it is required to get license for assessment mode execution. If the application doesn’t have any activated license, the license key will be asked when the application starts, but if there is an active license, is it required to change it to an Assessment mode license.
To change the license type, there is to follow the next steps: Go to menu Help -> License Information and press the button Change License. Then fill License key field and click on Active button.
Optional settings (These options don’t make difference in assessment mode).
Before starting the analysis, it is possible to set optional parameters. In any of the following options.
Click on Gear button.
Or File menu and Settings.
Once assessment mode license is activated, and Conversion Tool is set to generate assessment results, following the next steps: Click on the button Let’s begin, select the input solution (.sln) to be processed and the output folder where results will be generated, and finally click on Start analysis button.
When analysis is finished, do click on Next button for getting the summary of process.
The assessment summary contains information about files and its size, percentage of supported input source code and process time. Summary window have options to go into the path where reports were saved, the main path of these options is the same that was set as output path.
At the end of the analysis, the output folder will have three subfolders:
  • Logs: Contains logs files of assessment process. Information of every executed task and its finally status.
  • Output: For assessment mode, this folder will be empty.
  • Reports: This folder contains the assessment reports.

Conversion Rates Report

Conversion Rates report summarizes the capability of conversion for given node from C# code, this report is for a developer who can analyze the data according to your input project.
This report has the following columns:
  • NodeType: indicates the name of the node from c#.
  • Success_Ocurrences: indicates the number of occurrences of the node, in the input application, that were converted.
  • Success_CharCount: indicates the number of chars from a c# node, that were converted.
  • Partial_Ocurrences: indicates the number of occurrences of the node that were partially converted.
  • Partial_CharCount: indicates the number of chars from a c# node that were partially converted.
  • NotSupported_Ocurrences: indicates the number of occurrences of the node that were not converted.
  • NotSupported_CharCount: indicates the number of chars from a c# node that were not converted.
  • Failed_Ocurrences: indicates the number of occurrences of the node that failed at the conversion due an unexpected event.
  • Failed_CharCount: indicates the number of chars from a c# node that failed at the conversion due an unexpected event.
An example of this report could be the following:

Library Element Report

Library Element report enumerates a set of properties, fields, methods, events, enums and types referenced in your input application. Each item of this list indicates a status on the BackEnd side, just C# code, if you would convert your code.
This report has the following columns:
  • LibraryElement: the fully qualified name of the property, field, method, event, enum or type analyzed.
  • DeclaringType: the fully qualified named of the type where the Library Element was declared.
  • EntityKind: indicates the kind of the library element, it could be Property, Field, Method, Event, Enum or Type.
  • Count: the number of times that the Library Element was referenced in your input code.
  • Status: a conversion status after the analysis.
An example of this report could be the following:

UI Library Element Report

UI Library Element enumerates the list of controls from your WinForms application and indicates a status on the FrontEnd side if you would convert your application.
This report has the following columns:
  • Element: the full qualified name of the control to be analyzed.
  • Count: the number of times that your control was referenced.
  • Status: a conversion status on the Angular side.
An example of this report could be the following: