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How to generate Fortify Report showing assigned user

I have built an application that parses Fortify XML reports to summarize a variety of fields.  However, I am not able to get the assigned "User".  Is there a way to get that field into the XML report.

Note that if a user makes a comment, it does show up.  I currently use this field to see the last comment added by a user. Ex:

                            <Comment>

                              <UserInfo>myuserid 2013-11-27 3:07 PM</UserInfo>

                              <Comment>This is a business requirement.</Comment>

                            </Comment>

But if the User dropdown is selected, but no comment has been added, the field for the assigned user is not present in the XML report.

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Is the XML report generated from AWB/ReportGenerator or SSC?

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I use the command line tools:

> ReportGenerator -format xml -source $1 -template $2  -f $3 -Xmx2G -showSuppressed

I use a template that was created originally with AWB, and then modified to add some of the OVERALL fpr entities.  But I don't know how to add elements inside the <IssueList>.

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