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  • 1.  How to export data from Dollar Universe

    Posted 9 days ago

    Hello,

    I'm trying to export data from Dollar Universe using the following commands below.  Do I have to do this on every node that we have or can we collect this info from one node only or from UVMS?

    • Session list file: "uxlst ses ses=* vses=* full"
    • Session details file:"uxshw ses ses=* lnk vses=*"
    • Task details file:"uxshw tsk upr=* mu=* ses=* vupr=000 nomodel partage"
    • UPR file:"uxshw upr upr=* vupr=* partage"
    • Rule file:"uxshw rul rul=*"
    • Resource file: "uxshw res res=*"
    • Calendar file:"uxshw cal exp mu=* since=2018 before=2025 nomodel"
    • Management unit details file: "uxshw mu mu=*"

     Kindly advise and thanks in advance for your help.



  • 2.  RE: How to export data from Dollar Universe

    Posted 9 days ago

    Hi,

    If you have to use those commands, yes it's possible

    From One Node,

    uxlst node to have the node list

    your command with the argument node=<ForeachNode>

    From the UVMS, the export can be done (uniexp) into XML format, faster.

    For the location where you launch the commands, it depends you consum the data

    Regards

    Eric



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  • 3.  RE: How to export data from Dollar Universe

    Posted 7 days ago

    Thank you Eric and Gilles for your info.

    I tried the uxlst and uxshw commands from one node to print to a file and it works.

    Do you mind providing the full UNIEXP command where I can export all the settings I mentioned to an XML file?

    Thanks again and best regards.

    Gerry 




  • 4.  RE: How to export data from Dollar Universe

    Posted 8 days ago
    Hello,

    You can export all the data from any node, adding item « node=XXX » to each command.
    If your aim is to keep a backup of job definition, you also could use an full XML export, using the UVMS uniexp command. This XML file could also be used to fill a database with all objects definition... This is what we are doing, and it's very helpfull.

    Gilles de Buzonnière