Export of tables

Tables can be exported in four different formats; CSV, tab-separated, Excel, or html. When exporting a table in CSV, tab-separated, or Excel format, numbers with many decimals are printed in the exported file with 10 decimals, or in 1.123E-5 format when the number is close to zero. When exporting a table in html format, data are exported with the number of decimals that have been defined in the workbench preference settings. When tables are exported in html format from the server or using command line tools, the default number of exported decimals is 3.

The Excel exporters, the CSV and tab delimited exporters, and the HTML exporter have been extended with the ability to export only a sub-set of columns from the object being exported. Uncheck the option "Export all columns" and click next to see a new dialog window in which columns to be exported can be selected (figure 6.28) . The user can choose them one by one or choose a predefined subset:

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Figure 6.28: Selecting columns to be exported.

After selecting columns, the user will be directed to the output destination wizard page.