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Essbase 6.5 Export Level 0, but using a date range.

Essbase 6.5 Export Level 0, but using a date range.

Essbase 6.5 Export Level 0, but using a date range.

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Hi!

I just need a simple solution for a Calc Script but not sure how exactly to write the syntax. I need to create these exports, so I can create a simple import for yearly data that replaces a monthly process, as it is getting quite lengthy to import and calc for each month.

I want to export level 0 data, but only for a certain time (date range). I'm not sure if I use a DATAEXPORTCOND command, or put it in the FIX command.

Here's what I have started in my Calc Script Editor but I keep getting a syntax error at the SET command..

SET DATAEXPORTOPTIONS
{
DATAEXPORTLEVEL "LEVEL0";
};

DATAEXPORTCOND (Time = DEC12Y;

FIX
DATAEXPORT "File" "," "H:\\TestExport\testExportDEC12Y.txt";
ENDFIX

I'd appreciate any input to help me with this.

Thanks!

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