AddressBook Export

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I need to be able to automate the export of the contents of the public address book to a text file. The problem is, our administrator won't allow agents to be inserted in the address book itself - due to maintenance issues when upgrading. I was going to create a replica copy of the addressbook on the server and do it from there, but I just found out that replicas are not allowed on the same server. Any suggestions?? Thanks in advance
ASKED: June 22, 2006  4:48 PM
UPDATED: June 22, 2006  6:00 PM

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You can’t make a replica. Create a blank database and put your code in it. Make the code reference the names.nsf data and write your data whereever it needs to go. There is no requirement that the code that is doing an extract run from within the database it is extracting from. In fact, if you have a lot of jobs like this, you might want to control them all in a single database (helps with agent sequencing, if they are dependent on each other).

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  • RayPark
    Excellent! Thank you VERY much. I was unaware of this.
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