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Examples using dsexport

dsexport -r -d \export Collection-141 — exports Collection-141 and all its contents to XML.

The following files are exported:

D:\export\Collection-141\Collection-141.xml

D:\export\Collection-141\documents

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-11_2.29 other r.02.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-12_2.19.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-13_2.20.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-14_2.22.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-15_2.23.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-16_2.26 R02.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-17_2.26.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-18_2.29 imari r0.2.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-19_2.29 imari.doc

D:\export\Collection-141\documents\Rendition-20_2.19 R02.doc

To export specific files in a collection:

Suppose a Collection-X named, Strong test, contains a URL named e-HongKong site, a Collection-Y

named khong guan biscuit and a Document named test.

Example 1:

a.     Create a file named cond.txt, that contains title = .*ong.*

b.     In a command line, run dsexport – r -c cond.txt -r Collection-X.

This only exports the object whose title contains ong. So only the Strong test collection, e-

HongKong site URL and khong guan biscuit are exported.

The test document is not exported.

Example 2:

a.     Create a file named cond2.txt, that contains title = .*[h|H]ong.*

b.    In a command line, run dsexport –r -c cond.txt Collection-X.

This only exports the object whose title contains hong or Hong. So only the e-HongKong site

URL and khong guan biscuit are exported.

The test document and Strong Test collection are not exported.

Example 3:

a.     Create a file named cond.txt that contains create_date> DD/MM/YYYY

Example:          create_date > 1/19/2011

create_date <11/25/2011

b.    In a command line, run dsexport -r -c cond.txt Collection-X

This only exports the objects whose create date is between 1/19/2011 and 11/25/2011. 

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