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25-Feb-2010, 02:18 PM #1
How do you get a tab delimited output file using the command line?
How do you get a tab delimited output file using the command line?

for example:

Quote:
"-SESSION:Address Only Nesbits" -EXP

ORT "-FILTER:All Records" -OUTFILE: outputTab.txt -OUTFIELDS: output -FORMAT:delim

"-DELIM:\t
I'm not sure about that last part: ":\t".

I would really appreciate any kind of help.

thank you

PS: there are no spaces between the OUTFILE: output & OUTFIELDS: output
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02-Mar-2010, 08:58 AM #2
Not sure what command line based program you are using?

Going to assume you are using SQL and I know nothing about that.
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