This will bring up the DatabaseExportForm window. Initially, all of the setups are in a data

tree, which is initially collapsed into the dataset Available Setups. To view the available Setups,

click on the “+” sign to the left of Available Setups. This will expand the data tree. To contract

the tree simply click on the “-“ sign.

Choose an dataset to export by clicking on it. In the screenshot below, we are have chosen to

export EPA Standard Monitors.

You may choose all available Setups, individual Setups, the various collections within a Setup (all

GridDefinitions, all Pollutants, all Population DataSets, etc.), and individual datasets within the

various collections within a Setup. Click OK when you have selected the dataset to export.

This will bring up the Export Database Objects To File window. From here you may name

the dataset and choose the folder into which to export it. Type the dataset name the Filename

box, and in the Save in drop-down menu locate the folder that you want to use.

 

 

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