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Would be great if SAINT exports could also be scheduled.
e.g. to send an weekly email with new values that need to be classified.
Can't you do this currently by scheduling a report where the Classified value is None?
for an eVar yes, not for a prop.
But I'd still need top copy these values over to a SAINT template and then classify. Would save much time to just get the .tab file with unclassified values.
But if I'm the only one having this issue, I'll code a script for it
I have to regularly download SAINT files, so that I could imagine to automate this job with a kind of scheduled delivery via FTP.
For example I want to download each Monday the rows with empty column of the campaign SAINT-File on my FTP account. With a cron-job we filled the needed information and put them back on the Upload FTP. From there they will be uploaded directly in SAINT like it works now.
For that I supposed that we need a part on the SAINT Export File > FTP Export where we can defined the scheduled delivery and also where the FTP information wil be saved, like "Requested FTP exports"
see here: http://ideas.omniture.com/t5/Adobe-Idea-Exchange-for-Omniture/Schedule-SAINT-exports/idi-p /1513
I didn't see your request. Is some merge functionality available to merge both topics to one request?
no problem, maybe Ben comes by and merges them.
We constantly monitor this as well.
FYI, we also use Survey and get the data through Data Feeds. But the Survey data comes with Question Answer key value pairs. To understand what the values mean you have to download the SAINT classification. I would prefer not having to do this with each Survey launched.
DataWarehouse will let you do a regularly scheduled export to an ftp or email location. It's not as convenient as being able to schedule a recurring export from SAINT (main thing is that it doesn't include the template header, so you'll have to get that separately and keep it up-to-date), but it's a doable alternative.