|GemFire XD Reference / gfxd Launcher Commands|
Writes the data of all of the tables in a database to an XML file. (You can use the gfxd write-data-dtd-to-file command to create a Document Type Definition (DTD) file that describes the layout of data in the XML file.) The resulting XML file can be used to re-load the data into the tables, either in GemFire XD or in another database management system. This command is generally used with a GemFire XD cluster to export table data, but it can also be used with other JDBC datasources.
To write all table data from a database to an XML file, use the syntax:
gfxd write-data-to-xml -file=<path> [-auth-provider=<name>] [-bind-address=<address>] [-catalog-pattern=<pattern>] [-client-bind-address=<address>] [-client-port=<port>] [-database-type=<db type>] [-delimited-identifiers=<true | false>] [-driver-class=<class name>] [-exclude-table-filter=<filter>] [-exclude-tables=<name,name,...>] [-extra-conn-props=<properties>] [-help] [-include-table-filter=<filter>] [-include-tables=<name,name,...>] [-isolation-level=<level>] [-locators=<adresses>] [-mcast-address=<address>] [-mcast-port=<port>] [-password[=<password>]] [-schema-pattern=<pattern>] [-url=<url>] [-user=<username>] [-verbose=<level>]
This table describes options for the gfxd write-data-to-xml command. Default values are used if you do not specify an option.
The full path of the XML file in which to write the table data. This argument is required.
|-auth-provider||Sets the authentication provider to use for peer-to-peer connections as well as client-server connections. Valid values are BUILTIN and LDAP. All other members of the GemFire XD distributed system must use the same authentication provider and user definitions. If you omit this option, the connection uses no authentication mechanism. See Configuring Security.|
|-bind-address||The address to which this peer binds for receiving peer-to-peer messages. By default gfxd uses the hostname, or localhost if the hostname points to a local loopback address.|
A string pattern that determines the database catalogs that gfxd writes. gfxd does not use a default catalog pattern.
To use a catalog pattern, specify a string value that describes the catalogs that you want to write. Use the "%" character to match any substring of 0 or more characters. Use the "_" character to match any individual character.
The hostname or IP address on which a GemFire XD locator listens for client connections. The default is "localhost."
Use this option with -client-port to attach to a GemFire XD cluster as a thin client and perform the command.
The port on which a GemFire XD locator listens for client connections. The default is 1527.
Use this option with -client-bind-address to attach to a GemFire XD cluster as a thin client and perform the command.
|-database-type||Specifies the type of database to which you are connecting. Use this option if gfxd cannot determine the type of database from the JDBC driver and JDBC connection URL. Valid values are: axion, cloudscape, db2, derby, firebird, hsqldb, interbase, maxdb, mckoi, mssql, mysql, mysql5, oracle, oracle9, oracle10, postgresql, sapdb, gemfirexd, and sybase.|
Specifies whether to use delimited (quoted) identifiers for table names, column names, and so forth. Most databases convert undelimited identifiers to uppercase letters and ignore any case that you specify in the SQL command.
You can set this option to "true" for platforms that support delimited identifiers. However, keep in mind that when you use delimited identifiers, you must always enclose identifiers in double quotes, and you must specify the correct case for the identifier in all subsequent SQL commands.
By default, gfxd sets this option to "false."
The JDBC driver class to use for connecting to a datasource. Use this option with -url to connect to a JDBC datasource.
|-exclude-table-filter||Specifies a regular expression to use for excluding tables when reading the database. Tables that match the pattern are not included in the output file. For case-insensitive matching (-delimited-identifiers option is false), specify uppercase table names in the pattern.|
|-exclude-tables||Specifies the name of one or more tables to exclude when reading the database.|
A semicolon-separated list of properties to use when connecting to the datasource.
Display the help message for this gfxd command.
|-include-table-filter||Specifies a regular expression to use for including tables when reading the database. Tables that match the pattern are included in the output file. For case-insensitive matching (-delimited-identifiers option is false), specify uppercase table names in the pattern.|
|-include-tables||Specifies the name of one or more tables to include when reading the database.|
|-isolation-level||Sets the ANSI standard transaction isolation level for database operations. Valid values are READ_UNCOMMITTED, READ_COMMITTED, REPEATABLE_READ, and SERIALIZABLE (case insensitive).|
The list of locators as comma-separated host[port] values, used to discover other members of the distributed system.
Using -locators creates a peer client member to execute the gfxd command.
The multicast address used to discover other members of the distributed system. This value is used only when the -locators option is not specified. The default multicast address is 188.8.131.52.
Use this option with -mcast-port to attach to a GemFire XD cluster as a peer client and perform the command.
The multicast port used to communicate with other members of the distributed system. If zero, multicast is not used for member discovery (specify -locators instead). This value is used only if the -locators option is not specified.
Valid values are in the range 0–65535, with a default value of 10334.
Use this option with -mcast-address to attach to a GemFire XD cluster as a peer client and perform the command.
If the servers or locators have been configured to use authentication, this option specifies the password for the user (specified with the -user option) to use for booting the server and joining the distributed system.
The password value is optional. If you omit the password, gfxd prompts you to enter a password from the console.
A string pattern that determines the schema(s) that gfxd writes. gfxd does not use a default schema pattern. However, with certain databases you may be required to use a schema pattern to exclude system tables that contain data types that are incompatible with the DdlUtils 1.1 API.
To use a schema pattern, specify a string value that describes the catalogs that you want to write. Use the "%" character to match any substring of 0 or more characters. Use the "_" character to match any individual character.
The JDBC URL to use for connecting to a datasource. Use this option with -driver-class to connect to a JDBC datasource.
|-user||If the servers or locators have been configured to use authentication, this option specifies the user name to use for booting the server and joining the distributed system.|
Sets the DdlUtils verbosity level to one of FATAL, ERROR, WARN, INFO, or DEBUG, in increasing order of logging. The default level is INFO.
See also write-data-dtd-to-file.
gfxd write-data-to-xml -file=data.xml
gfxd write-data-to-xml -file=data.xml -client-bind-address=myserver -client-port=1234
gfxd write-data-to-xml -file=data.xml -mcast-port=1234 -extra-conn-props=host-data=false
gfxd write-data-to-xml -file=data.xml -url=jdbc:mysql://myserver/test -driver-class=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver