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ReadSoft: How to create an XBOUND export data file

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On occasion, it may be beneficial to reproduce an XBOUND issue on a separate system for troubleshooting purposes. In order to copy all relevant data from the original environment to the new one, two export formats can be used:

  1. Const – This format is part of XBOUND's DataClient tool. It reads all configuration data from the XBOUND database, but does not include document data or images.
  2. Deep – This function exports all data from the root document in the data tree, including document data and images. It provides a complete copy of the original system but generates a much larger file than the Const export type. This format can be used in conjunction with the Const export as needed.

To create each of these export types, go to the XBOUND application folder ([drive]:\Program Files (x86)\ReadSoft\xbound), double-click the xboundDataClient.exe file, and then log in to the database. Then follow the steps as indicated for each export type.

Const export

  1. In the left pane, right-click the first node of the data tree, and then click Export.
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  2. In the Depth section, click Const, and then in the Format section, click XML.

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  3. Browse to the desired storage location, and then click Save.
  4. Convert the file to a ZIP format to prepare it for export.

Deep export

  1. In the left pane, expand Clients, Client "<client name>", Processes, Process " <process name>", ProcessSteps, ProcessStep "<step name>", Tokens, and then Token <number>.
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  2. Right-click the applicable document name, and then click Export.
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  3. In the Depth section, click Deep, and then in the Format section, click XML.
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  4. Browse to the desired storage location, and then click Save.
  5. Convert the file to a ZIP format to prepare it for export.

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