I would be very interested in this as well. Doing this manually becomes very tedious and therefore error prone with motherboard connectors of 300+ pins!
I had a quick play with File --> Export --> Quick Connection View, loading the results into Excel to do some searching and filtering. This looked like a quickish and dirty way to get at least some results, but the way that the output seems to contain a netname and list of pins makes it a little awkward. I just tried again but it says "Error: Unpacked design"
Using Design Capture/Exp I used to export the design database using report writer and run queries on it to do this, but I haven't investigated this with DxD. I used to have a list of the database schema to know how to join the various tables to link things like signal names to component Refdes/pin, otherwise it takes a bit of searching in the dark!
I have no experience of automation (I haven't had the time to learn this since I started using DxD), so I don't know if it might be possible to go through this route.
Thanks for that. It looks like the data is there it just needs reformatting.
I've just had a play with Report Writer. There is a table called TPhysical_Pins. This contains a record for every pin in the design, and gives Pin Number, Reference Designator and Flat Net name.
What I don't know is how easy it would be to automate getting this data. From Design Capture, I used to run a script that automatically generated a .mds filde from the design. This database could be opened in Access or various other programs. There is a small program that is installed alongside ReportWriter that generates a .mds access database file. Using DC you run it like this (I guess "vbdc" needs to change for a DxD design):
dbauto.exe vbdc=<PROJECT LOCATION>