JDE Object Browser 2.0

craig_welton

Legendary Poster
Hi Craig,

I have installed Object browser 2.5.0.2(32 bit) on Windows7. I am working on JDE XE instance(B7).
We are trying to export objects from object browser. By default Location/Source is set to LOCAL and it is disabled. So, we are not able to change Location to extract from different path code like DV7333.
Can you please suggest how it can be resolved.

Thanks,
Kajal

Kajal,

In XE there was no API to get remote specs so it only works for the local path code you are logged into.

Craig
 

schojo44

Active Member
I was just wondering, while using the Batch Export mode:
If i say export to data selection driver section it always exports ALL of the data selection values. Even those that the user can't access via bv -> data selection, like detail information or additional information section. Am i doing something wrong here or is this works-as-designed? :unsure:

Tested with 1.3.0.98 on E900 and 2.5.0.2 on E920
 

craig_welton

Legendary Poster
I was just wondering, while using the Batch Export mode:
If i say export to data selection driver section it always exports ALL of the data selection values. Even those that the user can't access via bv -> data selection, like detail information or additional information section. Am i doing something wrong here or is this works-as-designed? :unsure:

Tested with 1.3.0.98 on E900 and 2.5.0.2 on E920
Hi, Are you looking at the consolidated files that have the data selection for all versions? Maybe post an example?

Craig
 

schojo44

Active Member
Hi,
okay, some more details:

I'm trying to export TXT files. These are my object browser settings:
1608184907669.png

What i think my result should look like:
1608184932248.png

What my result looks like:
1608184954086.png

Thanks,
schojo
 

eydeak

Reputable Poster
The export to text is for exporting source code and object properties. You do have the data selection in your text file. If you open the UBE, you can right click on its name and get options to export processing options and data selection. That might give you a format you'll find easier to read.
 

schojo44

Active Member
The export to text is for exporting source code and object properties. You do have the data selection in your text file. If you open the UBE, you can right click on its name and get options to export processing options and data selection. That might give you a format you'll find easier to read.

It's the exact same result as the batch export mode. I'm just wondering why "Driver section" exports more than just the driver section :)
 

craig_welton

Legendary Poster
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