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Some runtime solutions give you the ability to export the data to a text file. Do you have this ability? If so, then use export the data to one of several different types of file formats. If you don't have this ability, you will need to get in contact with the person who created the solution to export the data for you.
My solution have the ability to export the dta to a text file and other file formats.
I will go to export the database.
Glad that you have the ability to export. Here are some file types that may help.
This file type consists of each field separated by a comma, and each record separated by a return.
This file type consists of each field separated by a tab, and each record separated by a return.
This is very similar to a Comma-separated values text file, but the first line of the file contains the field names