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Projjal Km Ghosh 7.Apr.12 06:23 AM a Web browser
Domino Designer 7.0.2 Windows XP


I wrote the below code for extracting the data from a view to a dxl file.

Sub Initialize
Dim session As New NotesSession
Dim db As NotesDatabase
Dim nc As NotesNoteCollection
Dim exporter As NotesDXLExporter
Dim importer As NotesDXLImporter
Dim filename As String

Set session = New NotesSession
Set db = session.CurrentDatabase

REM Open xml file named after current database

Dim stream As NotesStream
Set stream = session.CreateStream
filename$ = "c:\dxl\" & Left(db.FileName, Len(db.FileName) - 3) & "dxl"
If Not stream.Open(filename$) Then
Messagebox "Cannot open " & filename$,, "Error"
Exit Sub
End If
Call stream.Truncate

Set nc = db.CreateNoteCollection(False)
nc.SelectDocuments = True
Call nc.BuildCollection

REM Export current database as DXL
Set exporter = session.CreateDXLExporter(nc)
Call exporter.SetOutput(stream)
Call exporter.Process
End Sub

The Export is working fine & i am getting a DXL file.
My Document in the view has two date fields & one or two attachments.

My Client has the following questions :-

1. Is the attachment data Base 64 encoded (e.g. the data in $FILE tag)? If not it can not be read by a Pega process.

2. Will you be able to provide a DXL for each notes document ? (Each with distinct file name ? example: <unid>.dxl )(The Client wants to select documents one by one & then Export it - is it possible?)

3.What would be the last updated date ? <modified> tag data ?

4. The date needs to be formatted to YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS

NOTE: Since we will be dealing with huge volumes >60000 documents (each with attachment average size ~ 15MB) it is imperative that we create an XML which contains bare minimum information.

As this is the first time i am doing this - Can some bodyhelp me with the answers?






Export to XML using Lotus Script (Projjal Km Ghos... 7.Apr.12)
. . RE: Export to XML using Lotus Scrip... (MALLIK R PERVEL... 8.Apr.12)
. . . . RE: Export to XML using Lotus Scrip... (Projjal Km Ghos... 9.Apr.12)
. . RE: Export to XML using Lotus Scrip... (Alex Elliott 26.Apr.12)





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