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You can send a
DREEXPORTXML action (case sensitive) from your Web browser to export XML documents from one or more HPE IDOL Server databases (use
DREEXPORTIDX to export IDX documents):
||The IP address or name of the HPE IDOL Server machine.|
||The HPE IDOL Server index port (the value of
||The path to the location where you store the XML files to export. Double-byte file names are acceptable. The path must include a basic file name which HPE IDOL Server postfixes with incremental numbers and an appropriate extension. If you do not specify a file name, HPE IDOL Server exports the files to the current working directory (
||Whether to compress the exported files. Set
One or more databases to export documents from. By default, HPE IDOL Server exports from all databases.
To specify multiple databases, separate them with plus symbols, commas, or spaces (there must be no space before or after plus symbols or commas).
||The maximum number of document sections to export to one IDX file. The default value is 100,000 sections.|
||The earliest creation date or time that a document can have to export.|
||The latest creation date or time that a document can have to export.|
For additional action parameters, refer to the IDOL Server Reference.
In this example, HPE IDOL Server exports all XML documents that have dates between 1 January 2003 and 1 January 2004. It exports from the
Archive databases to a series of compressed files in the
/export/data/backup directory. HPE IDOL Server names the files created in this directory
output-1.xml.gz and so on.
In this example, HPE IDOL Server exports all XML documents to a series of compressed files in the HPE IDOL Server current working directory (
IDOLserver\IDOL\content). It names the files created in this directory
AUTN-XML-EXPORT-12.04.2005-02.15.41-1.xml.gz and so on.
HPE IDOL Server does not split multiple-section documents across chunks, so the specified
BatchSize is not used exactly if it splits a multiple-section document.
You do not need to uncompress compressed XML files before you index them. For example, the action
DREADD?output-0.xml.gz indexes the
output-0.xml.gz file correctly without you having to uncompress the file first.