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Csexport: Connector space export tool

Exports objects from the connector space of a Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 management agent to a file in .xml file format. For more information about the .xml file that is created, see the Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 Developer Reference.


csexport ManagementAgentName [FileName] [/f[:] {d=DistinguishedName | r=RelativeDistinguishedName | g=GUID | s | i | e | m | x }] [/o[:][f][b][h][d][p]]


Specifies the name of the management agent from which you want to export connector space objects. The name should match the name as it appears in Identity Manager.
Specifies the unique file name, including the path. If you do not specify a file name, the file is saved as ManagementAgentName.xml. If the filename already exists, it is not overwritten.
Specifies the filter for the type of objects that you want to export. You can specify only one filter. If you do not specify a filter, all objects are exported.
Value Description
d Specifies the distinguished name (also known as DN) or anchor to export
r Specifies the relative distinguished name (also known as RDN) to export
g Specifies the globally unique identifier (GUID) to export
s Disconnectors
i Import errors
e Export errors
m Pending imports
x Pending exports
Specifies which XML subelements are exported. Use any combination of these values. If this option is omitted, all possible subelements appear in the exported file.
Value Description
e Import and error information
b Only the hologram
h All tower holograms
d All tower deltas
p Password set and password change history
Displays help at the command prompt.



To export all objects with import errors and the error information from the connector space of the management agent Full_HR_import to a different file name, type:

csexport Full_HR_import a:\Import_back.xml /f:i /o:e

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ItalicInformation that the user must supply
BoldElements that the user must type exactly as shown
Ellipsis (...)Parameter that can be repeated several times in a command line
Between brackets ([])Optional items
Between braces ({}); choices separated by pipe (|). Example: {even|odd}Set of choices from which the user must choose only one
Courier fontCode or program output

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