XpoLog enables you to export the log displayed in the Log Viewer either from the Actions menu in the left pane or from Tools > Export Log in the main menu. You can also export any log (not necessarily the one displayed in the Log Viewer) from the right-click menu of a log under the Folders and Logs menu in the left pane. You can either export the log 'with its configuration, i.e. in the format in which it is displayed in the Log Viewer so that it can be easily imported into the Log Viewer at a later time, or you can export the log data after transforming it into another format (XML, CSV, Tab Delimited, Raw data, or SQL Database Table).
To export a log:
- Open a log in the Log Viewer (see Opening a Log in the Log Viewer), and in the Log Viewer left pane, open the Actions menu, and click Export or in the main menu, in the Tools menu item, click Export Log.
Alternately, in the Log Viewer left pane, under the Folders and Logs menu, right-click a log, and click Export.
The Export Log page opens.
- Select one of the following options:
Export the log together with its configuration, to enable future import
Only transform the current data to the following type, and select from the dropdown list, one of the following types: XML, CSV, Tab Delimited, Raw data, or SQL Database Table
- Click export.
If a database account is not available for the file type selected, the System Notification page opens, with the notification: No databases accounts available. Please define accounts first. In this case, click OK, define an account, and then perform the export.
Otherwise, the zip log status page opens with the notification: The zip was created successfully, and the File Download dialog box also opens.In the File Download dialog box, click Save.
- In the Save as dialog box that opens, select the Save in location and type the file name of the zipped file, and then click Save.
The file is downloaded to the selected location.
- In the Zip log status page, click the back to log viewer link.
The Log Viewer opens, displaying the last log or snapshot that was downloaded there (and not necessarily the one that you exported).