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commandline [2019/07/18 16:14]
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commandline [2019/08/13 10:57]
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--i <file or folder> specifies that the next argument is a source file or folder. If not specified the program uses current path. +-i <file or folder> ​specifies that the next argument is a source file or folder. If not specified the program uses current path.  
-  +-o <save path> ​     ​| ​specifies that the next argument is a target folder. If not specified the program uses source path.  
--o <save path> specifies that the next argument is a target folder. If not specified the program uses source path. +/sql                ​| ​generate an sql script ​| 
-  +/txt                ​| ​export to text file | 
-/sql generate an sql script +/csv                | export to csv file format | 
-  +/xml                ​| ​export to xml file format ​| 
-/txt export to text/csv file +/xls                ​| ​export to MS Excel xls file format ​| 
-  +/​access ​            | export to MS Access mdb file format ​|
-/xml export to xml file format +
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-/xls export to MS Excel xls file format +
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-/access export to MS Access mdb file format+
    
  
 Optional parameters: Optional parameters:
  
-/brackets enclose field names with square brackets (for sql script only) +/​brackets ​                  | enclose field names with square brackets (for sql script only) | 
-  +-blob "​custom_field_type" ​  | if specified blob(memo) fields would have custom_field_type type, e.g. -blob "​Varchar(8000)",​ -blob "​Varchar(max)" ​| 
--blob "​custom_field_type"​ if specified blob(memo) fields would have custom_field_type type, e.g. -blob "​Varchar(8000)",​ -blob "​Varchar(max)"​ +/​double ​                    | enclose all string values with double quotes. Default is single quotes ​| 
-  +/​date2char ​                 ​| ​changes field type from datetime to varchar ​| 
-/double enclose all string values with double quotes. Default is single quotes +/v                          ​| ​specifies that the program should show progress window ​| 
-  +/​comments ​                  | adds original field type, length and decimal. For sql script only. | 
-/date2char changes field type from datetime to varchar +-qualifier value            ​| ​you can define the any qualifier for fields in the target text or xml file. You may use **none****singlequote****doublequote** or any custom character. Default value is none. | 
-  +-delimiter value            ​| ​you can define the separator of fields in the target text file. You may use **tab****space** or any custom character. Default value is tab. | 
-/v specifies that the program should show progress window +/​nolog ​                     ​| ​specifies that the program will not create log file | 
-  +/​nodeleted ​                 ​| ​specifies that the program will not export records marked for deletion ​| 
-/comments adds original field type, length and decimal +-replacecrlf "​value" ​       ​| ​you can define the new line replacement,​ e.g. "<​br/>" ​
- +| /oem                        | save content in oem codepage | 
--qualifier value you can define the any qualifier for fields in the target text or xml file. You may use +| -fields "​field1,​field2,​..."​ | export the specifted field names only |
-none, singlequote,​ doublequote or any custom character. Default value is none.  +
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--delimiter value  you can define the separator of fields in the target text file. You may use tab, space or any custom character. Default value is tab. +
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-/nolog specifies that the program will not create log file +
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-/nodeleted specifies that the program will not export records marked for deletion +
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--replacecrlf "​value"​ you can define the new line replacement,​ e.g. "<​br/>"​+
    
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