tabanalys

Posted by aaravindhantj on 03-Apr-2014 21:08

when i use database tabanalys command and redirect the output to a excel file and when i open the excel file i see the outputs are concatenated in a single excel field i donot know how to get each field data of tabanalys report in each corresponding excel field so that i can compare the each field

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Posted by James Palmer on 04-Apr-2014 01:01

The Tabanalys output is a flat text output. It is formatted for display on a console. That's why the display is wrong in excel. You would be best outputting it to a .txt file.

Posted by Rohit Kumar on 04-Apr-2014 01:59

Using the –csoutput parameter in tabanalys will enable exporting the data in column separated file format.

There is also a -fieldsep <value> parameter.  The field separator value will override the default value of space in the output.

HTH.

Posted by Stephanie Seney on 04-Apr-2014 08:29
What version introduced these parameters?  We're on OE 10.2b and I don't find anything about these parameters in any of the OE 10 DOCs.  I also don't find a KBASE article explaining how to use them either.
 
Is it possible that these are only available with OE 11?
 
Stephanie


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Using the –csoutput parameter in tabanalys will enable exporting the data in column separated file format.

There is also a -fieldsep <value> parameter.  The field separator value will override the default value of space in the output.

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Posted by Richard Banville on 04-Apr-2014 08:34

The -csoutput parameter for dbanalys (tabanalys, ixanalys, chanalys) is not due to be released until 11.4.0 so it is of no use to you yet.

Posted by Marie Candela on 04-Apr-2014 08:36

Actually it hasn't been released yet.  We're anticipating this output format being available in 11.4.0.  It was premature for Rohit to recommend using them.

-Marie

Posted by Stephanie Seney on 04-Apr-2014 08:45
Richard,
 
Thank, I kinda thought it was a OE 11 thing, as I've not heard or seen anything anywhere of an "undocumented" feature.  Nuts, would love this feature now...as it doesn't look like we'll be upgrading to 11 anytime real soon.
 
Stephanie


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The -csoutput parameter for dbanalys (tabanalys, ixanalys, chanalys) is not due to be released until 11.4.0 so it is of no use to you yet.

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Posted by Libor Laubacher on 04-Apr-2014 08:49

Stephanie,

in reply to *you* in here community.progress.com/.../9320.aspx it has been mentioned that this will be 11.4 thing.

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