TestExtract

The TestExtract code demonstrates the File Extraction interface. The TestExtract sample code demonstrates the functionality of the Filtering interface. See TestFilter.

The TestExtract code demonstrates the following functionality:

To run TestExtract, type the following at the command line:

FilterTestDotNet -ex [options] input_file output_file

where:

options is one or more of the options listed in Options for TestExtract .

input_file is the path and file name of the source file.

output_file is the path and file name of the output file if the source file is not a container file.

 

Options for TestExtract

Option Description
-cr Creates a root directory on which a hierarchy can be based. See Create a Root Node.
-c Specifies that the subfile directory structure is not created.
-dr binDir Specifies the filter working directory where KeyView binaries are stored. Typically, this is the bin directory.
-e Extracts the subfiles from a source file but does not filter the files after extraction.
-ed Sets the directory to which the subfiles are extracted.
-f Extracts the formatted version of the message body (HTML or RTF) from mail files when possible.
-id idfile Specifies the user ID file used to open a protected PST file.
-ip Runs file extraction in the same process as the calling application (in process). See Run Filter In Process.
-is Sets the input as a stream. The default is file.
-l Sets the byte order for Unicode text to Little Endian.
-lg outfile Sets the log file name.
-m Extracts default mail metadata and writes it to the log file. See Extract Mail Metadata.
-nd Do not create the subfile directory structure.
-nh Excludes mail header information from the extracted message body text file. See Exclude Metadata from the Extracted Text File.
-os Sets the output as a stream. The default is file.
-p password Specifies the password used to open a protected PST file.
-sc charset

Sets the character set of the source file.

charset is a character set defined in the Filter class. See Coded Character Sets.

-tc charset

Sets the character set of the output file.

charset is a character set defined in the Filter class. See Coded Character Sets.

-u username Specifies the user name used to open a protected PST file.

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