I just received this message at the bottom of my exported detection history report (PDF). I don't want the report chopping off data like this. Any way to increase its threshold to generate all data into the PDF report format?
I have the same problem here. Don't know why.
I wrote McAfee's platinum support email service and got the following response:
When exporting data to PDF format, the data set is limited to 50,000 events. If this limit is exceeded, the message that the data was truncated is added to the end of the PDF file.
A note covering this restriction was not included in ePO 4.0 release notes .
NOTE : The same restriction does not apply to the other available export formats HTML, XML, and CSV.
When exporting a large data set, use one of the alternative file export formats:
ERROR: Data has been truncated (only when exporting to PDF files)
I'm not satisfied with that explanation, as I need to present this information without that error message to upper management. Exporting to PDFs is the nicest looking format, where as HTML and XML are not good for that target audience. CSV format works for me, but these reports should look their absolute best for those high on the food chain.
Export it as HTML and print then as PDF with an PDF Printer?
Have you ever exported a report into HTML format? It creates 7 separate files (see below) if you choose "Chart data and drill-down tables."
Plus, it looks much worse than what you can see in PDF format. It looks so freakishly awful to me that choosing HTML shouldn't even be a considerable export option. PDF is the only way to go for presenting information to upper management.
It's not a good solution to export reports in another format. Like dustrho, not eye candy for managers.
How to do reports like "Top 10/20 Threat sources" for 1 month ? There are more than 50 000 events.