How to Export data into Client machine. January 27 2012 at 1:45 PM No score for this post
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I have one more question.
When i exported the data, by default it is storing in the server.
How can i export the data into my client machine. Can some one help me please... Author Reply
Re: How to Export data into Client machine. No score for this post January 27 2012, 2:05 PM
Don't know what to say, that's just how it works.
Maybe create and share a folder on the server, like "f:\exports\", and export to there.
Re: How to Export data into Client machine. No score for this post January 27 2012, 5:08 PM
Hi Jeff, Thanks for your response.
I mean if i give f:\exports\xxx.txt if i give like this, the files will store in server f:\ drive.
but i want to store those exported files in my machine.
Can you please let me know how save those files in my machine.
Re: How to Export data into Client machine. No score for this post January 27 2012, 6:04 PM
Yep, I understood your desire, I'm just saying it doesn't work like that. Good luck!
Re: How to Export data into Client machine. No score for this post January 28 2012, 8:52 AM
If the data generated via the export isnt huge, what you could do is export it to the database folder on the server with a .rep extension
This file will then get treated as an essbase report so you can open it up as a regular report in EAS and cut and paste the contents to the client machine.
Its not an ideal solution, but a useful workaround if you dont have server access.
Dean Haraguchi 184.108.40.206
Use a report script instead No score for this post January 28 2012, 10:34 AM
What about using a report script instead? Assuming the user has the appropriate security, they could run the script from EAS and output the file to a local directory.
Alan Hutchins 220.127.116.11
Easiest solution No score for this post January 30 2012, 3:16 AM
The easiest solution that I found was as follows:
- Create a share on the drive on teh Essbase server where you export the data to.
- Only allow access to you and network administrator
- Then just copy the files to your PC (I woudl zip / compress them first)
Depending on the speed of your network and file size it shouldn't take too long
I use the share all the time to view file sizes and check logs from processes we run. I dont take exports down to my machine UNLESS it is for a specific purpose, and I want a restore point, or it signifies a major milestone in an upgrade project.
Thanks No score for this post January 31 2012, 1:35 PM
Thanks to all for your response and valuable time..
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