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-====== ​What Export File Formats ​are Supported by SQLWays ​======+====== Export File Formats Supported by Ispirer MnMTK ======
  
-SQLWays ​exports data from the source database to the ASCII text files (export files). Depending on the selected target database, the most suitable export file formats for data transferring are:+Ispirer MnMTK exports data from the source database to ASCII text files (export files). Depending on the selected target database, the most suitable export file formats for data transferring are:
  
 Column-delimited (CSV) output format, Fixed length output format (FIX), TAB-delimited output format (TAB), SQL INSERT statements (INS), XML output format (XML) or Btrieve ASCII output format (BTR). Column-delimited (CSV) output format, Fixed length output format (FIX), TAB-delimited output format (TAB), SQL INSERT statements (INS), XML output format (XML) or Btrieve ASCII output format (BTR).
  
-If the target database is Oracle, IBM DB2 or not specified, by defaultthe output format of the text file is the CSV format.+If the target database is Oracle, IBM DB2 or not specified, by default the output format of the text file is CSV format.
  
-If the target database is Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase or MySQL, by defaultthe output format of the text file is the TAB format.+If the target database is Microsoft SQL Server, Sybase or MySQL, by default the output format of the text file is TAB format.
  
-If the target database is Pervasive, by defaultthe output format of the text file is BTR.+If the target database is Pervasive, by default the output format of the text file is BTR.
  
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