ExportCreateJobCreates a SAINT export job.
This file represents classifications for a given relation. Before calling this API, useto obtain valid column numbers and names, and filter dates.
After creating an export job, useto determine when the export data is ready for download.
Export data files can be very large. Useto download the file in pieces (segments).
The campaign start date. Include this parameter when campaign_filter_option = 2.
Specify the date range using the following format:<start_date>-<end_date>. Provide the date in the following format: YYYMMDD, where:
YYY + 1900 equals the year (For example, 2008 is 108).
MM equals the month number minus 1 (January = 00, February = 01, and so on).
DD equals the 2 digit day.
For example, May 22, 2008 is 1080422.
The campaign end date. Include this parameter when campaign_filter_option = 2.
Use the same date range format described for the campaign_filter_begin_range parameter.
The filter option to use for the SAINT export. Supported values include:
0 : Return all Campaigns (No filter)
1 : (Default) Return active campaigns
2 : Return campaigns with the specified begin and end date.
The start date for including rows in the export. Include this parameter when campaign_filter_option = 1.
Specify the date using the following format: Mmm YYYY, where:
Mmm: A three-character month code. For example, January=Jan, February=Feb, and so on.
YYYY: The 4-digit year.
For example, September, 2008 is Sep 2008.
The end date for including rows in the export. Include this parameter when campaign_filter_option = 1.
Use the same date range format described for the date_filter_row_start_date parameter.
The email address to receive job notifications.
The language encoding to use with the export file. For example, UTF-8.
The relation ID.
You get this ID as a return value from.
For example, 53 is the ID for the "campaign" relation.
(Optional) The list of report suites on which SAINT exports data.
(Optional) The column ID number of the column that SAINT checks for empty data cells.
If this parameter is specified, the export contains only keys which have empty values for the provided column.
You get the column ID by callingfor a specific relation id.
(Optional) The column name that SAINT checks for cell values that match the value specified in the row_match_filter_match_column_value parameter.
(Optional) Include this parameter when using the row_match_filter_match_column_name parameter.
If the cell value matches the value, SAINT includes it in the export.
(Optional) Specifies whether to include all data rows in the export (up to the 50,000 row limit). Supported values include:
0: Do not include all rows in the export.
1: (Default) Include all rows in the export.
(Optional) Limits the number of data rows in the export file to the specified value. The default limit is 50,000.
Include this parameter when select_all_rows = 0.
Whether to quote the output. In some cases, turning this on helps with duplicate keys containing whitespace.
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