Allows you to specify where you want to save the report and how much detail you want to appear in the report. You can select one or more of the following settings:

  • Detail level—Allows you to specify how much detail appears in the report. You can select: Summary; Path Only; Path and Clock; or Full Path. You can click Set Default to make the current setting the default setting for all reports.
  • Show Routing— Allows you to see detailed routing for the path in the report, including expanded routing information for path elements marked IC (Interconnect Delay) in the Type column of the report when the Show Routing option is not turned on.
  • Report panel name—Allows you to specify a unique name for the report. The default report name is Report False Path.
  • Enable multi corner reports— Allows you to enable or disable multi-corner timing analysis. This option is on by default.
  • File name—Directs the Timing Analyzer to save the report to your local disk as a text file with the specified file name.

    Under File options you can specify whether the Timing Analyzer overwrites an existing file (the default setting) or appends the content to an existing file.

  • Console—Specifies whether the report appears as information messages in the Console.