ParsePort XBRL Inspector

The ParsePort XBRL Inspector helps you consume ESEF files by letting you create and export validation reports, compare different taxonomy packages, and generate fact and extension lists. In short, everything you need to review, analyze and audit an ESEF file.

ParsePort XBRL Inspector is free to use for all auditors, European listed companies and authorities.

ParsePort is a XBRL Certified Software Solution Provider

What You Get with the ParsePort XBRL Inspector

Instant validation

When you upload an ESEF report to the ParsePort XBRL Inspector it is automatically validated as part of the upload process.

Constant improvements

We are constantly improving the features of the ParsePort XBRL Inspector, so you always have access to the best reader on the market.

What You Can Do with the XBRL Inspector


When you upload an ESEF file to the Inspector it is automatically validated against the latest taxonomies.


You can review custom taxonomy trees, anchorings, calculations and the company extension taxonomy.


You can compare different taxonomy packages on facts, presentation and calculation.

Generate Fact and Extension Lists

You can import, create and export lists of any taxonomy element or extension used within the uploaded iXBRL file.

Visual Represenation

Import and create visual representations of XBRL elements used within the reports and visually represent the calculation link base,

Generate Viewer Files

You can generate an iXBRL viewer file from the .zip package to review the tagging details and the visual representation at the same time.

See How the Inspector Works

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Frequently Asked Questions About the XBRL Inspector

How long does it take to import an XBRL file?

It depends on the complexity of your file, but it usually happens within just a few seconds.

What is a fact list?

A fact list is a list of each taxonomy element used within the uploaded iXBRL file.

How can I check that the file remains unaltered after review?

When your iXBRL file is created, it is equipped with a hash code. If anything is changed within the file, the hashcode changes too.