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Setting destination file name and format

Select one of the available destination formats and set the name for the result file. The file name extension in the Destination file name box varies according to the selected export type.

 

The file name may contain current timestamp with the %ts:TIMESTAMP_FORMAT% string. Examples of valid log file names:

dbname_export_%ts:yyyy_mm_dd%.log

export_%ts:yyyy_mm_dd_hh_mm%.log

%ts:yyyy_mm_dd_hh_mm_ss%.log

 



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