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Using the Data Pump with Saints and Namedays

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To export or import saints/namedays or saints/namedays exceptions in the native Q++Studio database format use the Data Pump from the corresponding menu item of the data menu.

 

 

Exporting

 

To export:

 

1.Set the source to Q++ Shared Database.

2.Set the target to a path of your choice.

3.If export tables already exist in the selected path, then the exported data will be added to the existing tables. Otherwise Q++Studio will ask you if it should create the export tables.

4.Select the saints/namedays or saints/namedays exceptions you wish to export.

5.Select the target Holidays Set.

 

Importing

 

To import:

 

1.Set the target to Q++ Shared Database.

2.Set the source to a path containing the tables from which to import.

3.Select the saints/namedays or saints/namedays exceptions you wish to import.

4.Select the target holidays set.

 

Data Pump Actions

 

You then have 3 possibilities:

 

Copy Items

Copies items selected on the left into the holidays set selected on the right. The source and destination sets must be leaves (not folders).

Set Only

Creates a duplicate of the holidays set selected on the left, below the holidays set selected on the right. The destination set must be a folder. Only the set information is copied; none of its contents are copied.

Set and Items

Creates a duplicate of the holidays set selected on the left, below the holidays set selected on the right. The destination set must be a folder. The set information is copied and as are all selected saints/namedays or saints/namedays exceptions on the left.

 

Usage

 

You can set both the source and targets to Q++ Shared Database which allows you to copy data from one data set to another in the shared database.

 

You can also set the source path to Q:\Q++ServerXV4\UnicodeSamples\ and the target to Q++ Shared Database, and import into your database some of the sample languages available in the UnicodeSamples folder.

 

See also: exporting recurring holidays to Excel and exporting one-time-dates to Excel.