Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub CLI Guide1. Introduction1.1. About the CLI Guide1.1.1. Use of RHAMT_HOME in This Guide1.2. About Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit1.3. About the CLI2. Getting Started2.1. Prerequisites2.2. Install the CLI2.3. Run the CLI2.4. Access the Report3. Review the Reports3.1. Application Report3.1.1. Dashboard3.1.2. Application Details Report3.1.3. Source Report3.2. Archives Shared by Multiple Applications3.3. Rule Provider Execution Overview3.4. Used FreeMarker Functions and Directives3.5. Send Feedback Form4. Export the Report in CSV Format4.1. Export the Report4.2. Import the CSV File into a Spreadsheet Program4.3. Overview of the CSV Data Structure5. Mavenize Your Application5.1. Generate the Maven Project Structure5.2. Review the Maven Project Structure6. Optimize RHAMT Performance6.1. Tips to Optimize Performance6.1.1. Application and Command-line Suggestions6.1.2. Hardware Upgrade SuggestionsA. Reference MaterialA.1. RHAMT Command-line ArgumentsA.1.1. Specify the InputA.1.2. Specify the Output DirectoryA.1.3. Set the Source TechnologyA.1.4. Set the Target TechnologyA.1.5. Select PackagesA.2. Rule Story PointsA.2.1. What are Story Points?A.2.2. How Story Points are Estimated in RulesA.2.3. Task SeverityA.3. Additional ResourcesA.3.1. Get InvolvedA.3.2. Important LinksA.3.3. Known RHAMT IssuesA.3.4. Report Issues with RHAMTLegal Notice Red Hat Training A Red Hat training course is available for Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit CLI Guide Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit 4.0Simplify Migration of Java ApplicationsRed Hat Customer Content ServicesLegal NoticeAbstract This guide describes how to use the Red Hat Application Migration Toolkit CLI to simplify migration of Java applications. 1. Introduction Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.