export records - This script exports record (biblios or authorities)
export_records.pl [-h|--help] [--format=format] [--date=datetime] [--record-type=TYPE] [--dont_export_items] [--deleted_barcodes] [--clean] [--id_list_file=PATH] --filename=outputfile
Print a brief help message.
--format=FORMAT FORMAT is either 'xml', 'csv' (biblio records only) or 'marc' (default).
--date=DATETIME DATETIME should be entered as the 'dateformat' syspref is set (dd/mm/yyyy[ hh:mm:ss] for metric, yyyy-mm-dd[ hh:mm:ss] for iso, mm/dd/yyyy[ hh:mm:ss] for us) records exported are the ones that have been modified since DATETIME.
--record-type=TYPE TYPE is 'bibs' or 'auths'.
--dont_export_items If enabled, the item infos won't be exported.
--csv_profile_id=ID Generate a CSV file with the given CSV profile id (see tools/csv-profiles.pl) This can only be used to export biblio records.
--deleted_barcodes If used, a list of barcodes of items deleted since DATE is produced (or from all deleted items if no date is specified). Used only if TYPE is 'bibs'.
--clean removes NSE/NSB.
--id_list_file=PATH PATH is a path to a file containing a list of IDs (biblionumber or authid) with one ID per line. This list works as a filter; it is compatible with other parameters for selecting records.
--filename=FILENAME FILENAME used to export the data.
--starting_authid=ID Export authorities with authid >= ID
--ending_authid=ID Export authorities with authid <= ID
--authtype=AUTHTYPE Export authorities from the given AUTHTYPE
--starting_biblionumber=ID Export biblio with biblionumber >= ID
--ending_biblionumber=ID Export biblio with biblionumber <= ID
--itemtype=ITEMTYPE Export biblio from the given ITEMTYPE
--starting_callnumber=CALLNUMBER Export biblio with callnumber >=CALLNUMBER
--ending_callnumber=CALLNUMBER Export biblio with callnumber <=CALLNUMBER
--starting_accession=DATE Export biblio with an item accessionned after DATE
--end_accession=DATE Export biblio with an item accessionned after DATE
--marc_conditions=CONDITIONS Only include biblios with MARC data matching CONDITIONS. CONDITIONS is on the format: <marc_target><binary_operator><value>, or <unary_operation>(<marc_target>). with multiple conditions separated by commas (,). For example: --marc_conditions="035a!=(EXAMPLE)123,041a=swe". Multiple conditions are all required to match. If <marc_target> has multiple values all values are also required to match. Valid operators are: = (equal to), != (not equal to), > (great than) and < (less than). Two unary operations are also supported: exists(<marc_target>) and not_exists(<marc_target>). For example: --marc_conditions="exists(035a)". "exists(<marc_target)" will include marc records where <marc_target> exists regardless of target value, and "exists(<marc_target>)" will include marc records where no <marc_target> exists.
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