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===Examples===
 
===Examples===

Revision as of 10:02, 1 February 2013

pc2extract extracts contest information from a pc2 server. The command meets a CCS requirement to extract information from a server.

The Extractor was introduced in Version 9.3 build 2583.

Usage

To produce usage use the command

pc2extract --help

The pc2extract like all other pc2 scripts, supports the -F option to specify some or all command line options in a file.

Usage and Features

Usage: pc2extract [options] CCS_reportname [outfilename]

pc2extract outputs a CCS TSV file/data from the contest to stdout. If the optional outfilename is supplied the output will be written to that file.

The following is a list of valid CCS_reportnames and the output file format that is created.

CCS_reportname Outputs
submissions submissions.tsv
submissions submissions.tsv
scoreboard scoreboard.tsv
results results.tsv
accounts accounts.tsv

Examples

pc2extract --login scoreboard1 --password scoreboard1 

To list usage use

pc2extract --help

Usage Example

Usage: [options] CCS_reportname [outfilename]

--login loginName - login name (or use -u)
--password password - login password (or use -w) 

CCS_reportname - one of the following submissions, scoreboard, results

Example: Extractor --login scoreboard1 --password scoreboard1 scoreboard

See Also