Data Fields Exported to Software Vulnerability Manager

FlexNet Manager Suite 2022 R1 (On-Premises)
The following data fields are exported from FlexNet Manager Suite and uploaded to Software Vulnerability Manager to form the asset list visible there. These fields represent:
  • All applications known to be present in the enterprise, regardless of whether the application records were created manually, or created automatically through recognition rules downloaded in the Application Recognition Library (other records from the Application Recognition Library that have not been identified within your enterprise are excluded)
  • All installer evidence that is both present in your enterprise and not yet linked to any application record ("unrecognized" installer evidence).
For both kinds of record, the count of installations is included.
Application table.field Evidence table.field Comments


(Not applicable)

The internal identification key for the application record.
Tip: This field is omitted for installer evidence records.


(Not applicable)

The application ID used in the Application Recognition Library (also known as the Flexera ID). This is the identification used for title matching within Software Vulnerability Manager.
Tip: This field is omitted for installer evidence records.



By default for application records, the full name of the application is the concatenation of the product name, version name, and edition fields. However, an operator may have overwritten this with any preferred value. For installer evidence records, this is the raw name returned in inventory.



Application records use a normalized publisher name, so that "Microsoft" and "Microsoft Corporation", for example, may both be normalized to "Microsoft Corp". For unrecognized installer evidence, it is the publisher's name as recorded in that evidence returned through inventory.



The release number of the application. For application records, this is the version recorded in FlexNet Manager Suite, which may or may not be the full text of the actual version number (for example, a version of may be truncated to 10.2 for license management purposes, since minor release numbers rarely affect licensing). For installer evidence, it is the full version number collected through inventory (for example,



(summed across connections)

For applications, the count of matching records in the InstalledSoftware table. For unrecognized installer evidence, it is the total number of times that this evidence appears in software inventory.

Notice that the result (for either object) is the total installation count unrestricted by any access rights or other scoping rules. This figure is used by Software Vulnerability Manager as a risk multiplier (a higher number of installations of a vulnerable application means a higher risk).

FlexNet Manager Suite (On-Premises)

2022 R1