Data can be exported from OpenGround Cloud Professional in a variety of different formats to suit the needs of the receiver. This data can then be viewed within the users preferred application and used as required.
All data within OpenGround Cloud Professional can be exported to any format through the use of data mapping.
Further information on setting up the export mapping can be found in the export mapping section of this guide.
To export data from within OpenGround Cloud Professional, browse through to the Data tab on the ribbon interface, then select the Export Data option.
The export screen will then appear, firstly for entering Transmission Options. This information you enter here will appear in the AGS output files PROJ group for 3.1 transmissions or TRAN group for 4. You can specify if the file is external or internal and when ready press next.
Select what file format you wish to output to and specify a file path for saving. Other checkbox options are to create an AGS file per Location and to export all associated documents attached to the project.
At the time of writing OpenGround Cloud Professional currently supports the exporting of data to AGS 3.1 and AGS 4 formats through this interface but also supports the export of CSV data exported directly through the user interface.
For further information on AGS files please see the AGS website at http://www.ags.org.uk/aboutus/welcome.cfm
Once all of the details have been entered, select the Next button, from here you can select what locations you wish to export. You are also able export just locations from a Location Group by choosing from the drop-down.
The next screen allows you much like with importing of data the option to export on selected data grids.
Press Next to create the AGS file. OpenGround Cloud Professional will then process the data and export a file. Any problems with this process will be presented to the user. Once complete OpenGround Cloud Professional will present the user with a message stating so, select Finish to close the wizard.
If any documents have been exported they are all stored in a separate FILE folder on your machine in the directory, you specified during the export.