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Export Configurations

 
Summary:

As RFID data is collected and filtered, there are a variety of options in terms of how it can be exported from TagMatiks Wedge to be used in other systems. The export configurations allow you to specify what data and formatted is exported.

Options include

  • Export Inventory details as Text
  • Export Inventory details as CSV
  • Export Inventory details as PDF
  • Share Inventory details into other apps as CSV
  • Export Inventory using Restful API as JSON and XML
A. Export Inventory details as Text

Navigate to export configuration by Menu -> Application Configuration -> Export Configurations.

Then select the export type as “Export As Text”, from the drop-down list.

Click on Text Settings, it will expand to provide additional options.

File Prefixes are used as a prefix for a file name when exporting it in inventory.

A separator is used as a separator for each value when exporting the report. If there is no separator provided then by default comma(,) will be used as a separator.

Figure 1:Export Type as Text
Figure 2:Export Type as Text with Text Settings

To choose what data is exported, click on Export Field Settings. Select the fields which you want to see in the exported file. You can select the attributes from System Fields and Reference Fields as shown in the image below.

Figure 3: Export Type as Text with Field Settings

Note : Reference Fields are those attributes which are present in the Reference File.

Enter the Report name and tap on ( ) icon to save the Export Field Configuration. A notification will appear stating “Export Field Updated Successfully” as shown in the image below.

 

Similarly, you can create multiple Export Field profiles by tapping on the (+) icon and can select the profile according to the requirement.

Figure 4: Save Report
Figure 5: Report List

Note : The Export Field profile can be edited and deleted by swiping it from right to left

B. Export Inventory details as CSV

Navigate to export configuration by Menu -> Application Configuration -> Export Configurations.

Then select the export type as “Export As CSV”, from the drop-down list.

Click on Text Settings, it will expand to provide additional options.

File Prefixes are used as a prefix for a file name when exporting it in inventory.

Figure 6: Select Export Type as CSV
Figure 7: Export Type as CSV with Text Settings

To choose what data is exported, click on Export Field Settings. Select the fields which you want to see in the exported file. You can select the attributes from System Fields and Reference Fields as shown in the image below.

Figure 8: Export Type as CSV with Field Settings

Note : Reference Fields are those attributes which are present in the Reference File.

Enter the Report name and tap on ( ) icon to save the Export Field Configuration. A notification will appear stating “Export Field Updated Successfully” as shown in the image below.

Similarly, you can create multiple Export Field profiles by tapping on the (+) icon and can select the profile according to the requirement.

Figure 9: Save Report
Figure 10: Report List

Note : The Export Field profile can be edited and deleted by swiping it from right to left

C. Export Inventory details as PDF

Navigate to export configuration by Menu -> Application Configuration -> Export Configurations.

Then select the export type as “Export As PDF”, from the drop-down list.

Click on Text Settings, it will expand to provide additional options.

File Prefixes are used as a prefix for a file name when exporting it in inventory.

Figure 11: Select Export Type as PDF
Figure 12: Export Type as PDF with Text Settings

To choose what data is exported, click on Export Field Settings. Select the fields which you want to see in the exported file. You can select the attributes from System Fields and Reference Fields as shown in the image below.

Figure 13: Export Type as PDF with Export Field Settings

Note : Reference Fields are those attributes which are present in the Reference File.

Enter the Report name and tap on ( ) icon to save the Export Field Configuration. A notification will appear stating “Export Field Updated Successfully” as shown in the image below.

Similarly, you can create multiple Export Field profiles by tapping on the (+) icon and can select the profile according to the requirement.

Figure 14: Save Report
Figure 15: Report List
D. Share Inventory details into other apps as CSV

Navigate to export configuration by Menu -> Application Configuration -> Export Via Share Activity.

Then select the export type as “Export Via Share Activity”, from the drop-down list.

To choose what data is exported, click on Export Field Settings. Select the fields which you want to see in the exported file. You can select the attributes from System Fields and Reference Fields as shown in the image below.

Figure 16: Select Export Type as Share Activity
Figure 17: Export Type as Share Activity with Field Settings

Note : Reference Fields are those attributes which are present in the Reference File.

Enter the Report name and tap on ( ) icon to save the Export Field Configuration. A notification will appear stating “Export Field Updated Successfully” as shown in the image below.

Similarly, you can create multiple Export Field profiles by tapping on the (+) icon and can select the profile according to the requirement.

Figure 18: Save Report
Figure 19: Report List
E. Export Inventory using Restful API as JSON and XML

The export inventory using RESTful API makes it easy to quickly integrate RFID data to other systems.

Navigate to export configuration by Menu -> Application Configuration -> HTTP Post.

URL is API endpoint to which the Exported Data must be sent. A valid URL must be given to proceed

We support exporting data to RESTful API by using JSON or XML format as described in the sample data format.

Figure 20: Select Export Type as HTTP Post
Figure 21: Sample JSON Data
Figure 22: Sample XML Data
API Version

We having the two different version V1 & V2

V1 API returns the limited fields like the System & Reference fields (Based on the Import file).

System Fields:

 

Parameter Data Type Sample Value
EPC (hex) String 534E3A313233393837363935
EPC (ascii) String SN:123987695
RSSI String 48.1
Read Count String 5
Latitude String 76.987613
Longitude String 11.102256
Read Time String 5/21/2020 10:10:22 PM
Company Prefix String 1234567
GS1 Key Identifier String SGTIN
Reference String 987654
Piece String 1
Piece Total String 1
Serial Number String 1234567890
GTIN String 1234567890
SSCC String 1234567890
GLN String 1234567890
GRAI String 1234567890
GIAI String 1234567890
GSRN String 1234567890
GSRNP String 1234567890
GDTI String 1234567890
CPI String 1234567890
ITIP String 1234567890
User Memory Bank String LOT-1234567
Chip Manufacturer String Impinj
Chip Model String Monza 4E
Chip Serial Number String 12324324224
Chip Serial Size (Bits) String 32
Chip Serial Size (Bytes) String 4
Chip Serial URI String 12336555969
Sensor Status Type String Impact
Location Detail String Orlando, Florida, USA

 

Sample JSON Data:


             [
               { 
                 "EPC":"534E3A313233393837363935",
                 "EPCascii:"SN:123987695",
                 "RSSI":"-32.1",
                 "ReadCount":"5",
                 "Latitude":"11.102256",
                 "Longitude":"76.987613",
                 "ReadTime":"08/03/2020 10:00:02 PM",
                 "EPCBank":""
               },
               {
                 "EPC":"534E3A313233393837363935",
                 "EPCascii:"SN:123987695",
                 "RSSI":"-24",
                 "ReadCount":"2",
                 "Latitude":"13.20202",
                 "Longitude":"68.987468",
                 "ReadTime":"09/03/2020 11:32:21 AM",
                 "EPCBank":"AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA12"
               }
            ];

V2 API returns the System & Reference fields (Based on the Import file) With Inventory details like Inventory Name, Notes, Inventory DateTime and User Details.

V2 Fields:

 

Parameter Data Type Value
InventoryId Int 1
IsArchieved Int 0
InventoryName String Weekly
InventoryNotes String Test Notes
InventoryDate String 5/21/2020 10:10:22 PM
UserFirstName String Tony
UserLastName String Stark
UserPhone String 000-000-000
UserEmail String test@rfid4u.com
InventoryItems Array System Fields
 

Sample JSON Data

            {
                "InventoryId": "1",
                "InventoryName": "Weekly",
                "InventoryNotes": "test notes",
                "InventoryDate": "05/21/2020 08:10:22 PM",
                "UserFirstName": "Tony",
                "UserLastName": "Stark",
                "UserPhone": "00 000 000 0000",
                "UserEmail": "testrfid4u.com",
                "InventoryItems": [
                    {
                        "EPC": "534E3A313233393837363935",
                        "EPCascii":"SN:123987696";,
                        "RSSI": "48.1",
                        "ReadCount": "5",
                        "Latitude": "11.102256",
                        "Longitude": "76.987613",
                        "ReadTime": "05/21/2020 08:10:22 PM",
                        "CompanyPrefix": "1234567",
                        "GS1KeyIdentifier": "SGTIN",
                        "Reference": "987654",
                        "Piece": "",
                        "PieceTotal": "",
                        "SerialNumber": "1234567890",
                        "GTIN": "1234567890",
                        "SSCC": "1234567890",
                        "GLN": "1234567890",
                        "GRAI": "1234567890",
                        "GSRN": "1234567890",
                        "GSRNP": "1234567890",
                        "GDTI": "1234567890",
                        "GCN": "1234567890",
                        "GSIN": "1234567890",
                        "ITIP": "1234567890",
                        "UPUI": "1234567890",
                        "PGLN": "1234567890",
                        "UserBank": "LOT-1234567",
                        "ChipManufacturer": "Impinj",
                        "ChipModel": "Monza 4E",
                        "ChipSerialNumber": "12324324224",
                        "ChipSerialSizeBits": "32",
                        "ChipSerialSizeBytes": "4",
                        "STIDURI": "urn:epc:stid:x801.x170.x11EF6D27097B"
                    },
                    {
                        "EPC": "534E3A313233393837363937",
                        "EPCascii":"SN:123987697";,
                        "RSSI": "-24",
                        "ReadCount": "2",
                        "Latitude": "11.102256",
                        "Longitude": "76.987613",
                        "ReadTime": "08/03/2020 10:00:02 PM",
                        "CompanyPrefix": "1234567",
                        "GS1KeyIdentifier": "ITIP",
                        "Reference": "987654",
                        "Piece": "99",
                        "PieceTotal": "1999",
                        "SerialNumber": "1234567890",
                        "GTIN": "1234567890",
                        "SSCC": "1234567890",
                        "GLN": "1234567890",
                        "GRAI": "1234567890",
                        "GSRN": "1234567890",
                        "GSRNP": "1234567890",
                        "GDTI": "1234567890",
                        "GCN": "1234567890",
                        "GSIN": "1234567890",
                        "ITIP": "1234567890",
                        "UPUI": "1234567890",
                        "PGLN": "1234567890",
                        "UserBank": "LOT-1234567",
                        "ChipManufacturer": "Alien Technology",
                        "ChipModel": "Higgs EC",
                        "ChipSerialNumber": "12324324224",
                        "ChipSerialSizeBits": "32",
                        "ChipSerialSizeBytes": "4",
                        "STIDURI": "urn:epc:stid:x801.x170.x11EF6D27097B"
                    }
                ]
            };

 

You can verify the HTTP Post method is working right away after entering the URL and Format. Click on the Test Sample Data button at the bottom of the page.

To choose what data is exported, click on Export Field Settings. Select the fields which you want to see in the exported file. You can select the attributes from System Fields and Reference Fields as shown in the image below.

Figure 23: Export Field settings for HTPP Post

Note : Reference Fields are those attributes which are present in the Reference File.

Enter the Report name and tap on ( ) icon to save the Export Field Configuration. A notification will appear stating “Export Field Updated Successfully” as shown in the image below.

Similarly, you can create multiple Export Field profiles by tapping on the (+) icon and can select the profile according to the requirement.

Figure 24: Save Report
Figure 25: Report List

Note : The Export Field profile can be edited and deleted by swiping it from right to left