Exult XML Conversion Wizard includes a command line program called Exultcmd.exe which supports most of the same operations such as converting XML to Excel, MDB, CSV etc as the main program. In this article, we will see an example of how to convert XML to CSV using the command line. With the instructions given here, you can easily set up a batch job to convert XML using the Windows Scheduler.
Running Exultcmd.exe without any arguments shows the help. Here is the complete syntax describing how to invoke the command line.
Using Exult XML Conversion wizard, it is possible to automate conversion of XML to CSV using the included command line. This article shows a few possibilities of achieving that.
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