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FAQ: RPAS exportMeasure Utility (Doc ID 1205443.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 16, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Retail Predictive Application Server - Version 13.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The purpose of this document is to clarify some commonly-asked questions about the Retail Predictive Application Server (RPAS) exportMeasure utility.

Questions and Answers

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In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 What is exportMeasure?
 What are the required arguments that must be passed to the exportMeasure command?
 What is the proper syntax for specifying the value (export intersection) passed to the “-intx” argument?
 If I do not know the base intersection of a particular measure that I want to export, how can I easily determine this?
 Can measure data be exported from a single workbook in the RPAS environment? What information is required to accomplish this?
 The exportMeasure call seems to complete successfully, but I am receiving a "DomainManagerException: Cannot clear domain cache when current measure store is a workbook" message.  Is something wrong?
 I want to export multiple measures into a single output file, but the measures have different baseintersections. How do I specify multiple output intersections for a single exportMeasure call?
 Can I specify a mask measure to be used such that only positions that meet a certain criterion are exported?
 I have specified all arguments to my exportMeasure call correctly, and am receiving the message “exportMeasure completed successfully.” Still, I am receiving a 0-byte output file. Why is this?
 What is the purpose of the optional “-compress” argument that can be passed to exportMeasure?
 Where can I obtain further information on optional arguments that can be passed to exportMeasure?

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