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Manually Export Files

Purpose

The system allows exporting of an unlimited number of files from the platform to the local host machine. Manual data exports can be used to migrate files between storage systems or to extract data and review the files when they are stored in the Aparavi data format.

Overview

  • Exporting Files After File Search
  • Exporting Files from Navigation Tree

1. Click on the Files Tab, located in the top navigation menu.

Files Tab

2. Perform any file search using the three query parameters and click the Search button.

File Search Criteria

3. Select the checkbox located to the left of the file’s name. This will select the file for export.

File Selected For Export

4. Repeat this process until all files are selected for export.

Selecting Multiple Files For Export

5. To begin the export process, click on the highlighted Export Data button, located above the file results.

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Export Data Button

6. Once clicked, the Export to Location pop-up box will display and offer the Export Location drop-down menu.

If an export location has been previously configured, the location will appear in the drop-down menu for selection. To create a new export location, click on the Create New option.

Export to Location Pop-up Box

If Configuring a New Location:

  • Choose [Create New] from the drop-down menu.
  • Once all information has been entered into the Export to Location pop-up box, click on the Validate button.
  • Click on the Save button, located at the bottom right-hand side of the pop-up box.
  • All information will be saved and the Export button will become active.
Configuring a New Export Location

If Selecting a Previously Configured Location:

  • Click on the already configured location from the drop-down menu.
  • Click on the Export button, located at the bottom right-hand side of the pop-up box.
Exporting to Previously Saved Location

7. To view the exported files, check the location specified during the export process. The folder will display all selected files in their native format.

Exported Files

Exporting Files from Navigation Tree

1. Located on the left-hand side of the screen, expand the folders in the navigation tree. Once the folder is visible, click on it to view the files.

Folder in Navigation Tree

2. Select the checkbox located to the left of the file’s name. This will select the file for export.

File Selected for Export

3. Repeat this process until all files are selected for export.

Multiple Files Selected for Export

4. To begin the export process, click on the highlighted Export Data button, located above the file results.

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Export Data Button

5. Once clicked, the Export to Location pop-up box will display and offer the Export Location drop-down menu.

If an export location has been previously configured, the location will appear in the drop-down menu for selection. To create a new export location, click on the Create New option.

Export to Location Pop-up Box

If Configuring a New Location:

  • Choose [Create New] from the drop-down menu.
  • Once all information has been entered into the Export to Location pop-up box, click on the Validate button.
  • Click on the Save button, located at the bottom right-hand side of the pop-up box.
  • All information will be saved and the Export button will become active.
Configuring New Export Location

If Selecting a Previously Configured Location:

  • Click on the already configured location from the drop-down menu.
  • Click on the Export button, located at the bottom right-hand side of the pop-up box.
Exporting to Previously Configured Location

6. To view the exported files, check the location specified during the export process. The folder will display all selected files in their native format.

Exported Files
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