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Thu 4 Sep 2014, 08:24 AM
A question came up from a viewer after watching Domino Blog to WordPress using CSV about what differences there were between exporting to CSV using our Export to CSV logic vs. exporting from a custom view to CSV using File -Export. The primary differences and similarities are shown below:
 
Export featureExport to CSV - MidasExport w/ custom view
Summary items (number,date, etc.)
Fully supported
Fully supported
Rich text and non-summary fields
Fully supported
Not supported
Formulas excluding @DbLookup, etc. and excluding special view formulas
Fully supported
Fully supported
Formulas using @DbLookup, etc, pulling data from this or other databases
Fully supported
Not supported
Special view formulas
Not supported
Fully supported
Extraction of attachments, images for external referencing
Partially supported (files attached to document but not in an included rich text field will only be extracted if the separate HTML rendering is included)
Not supported
Export from db where additional views not allowed
Fully supported
Partially supported (only existing views can be used)
Export from db with hidden design (so that additional views not allowed)
Fully supported
Partially supported (only existing views can be used)
Separate HTML rendering of whole document with filename column reference in CSV
Fully supported
Not supported
Separate Web Archive (.mht) rendering of whole document with filename column reference in CSV
Fully supported
Not supported
 

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