When exporting data using SNAP, the first thing you'll need to select is which 'Datatype' you wish to export. Examples would include, bins, items, assets, SO's or PO's.



For this example we will select 'Items' (Non-serialized inventory numbers). Click next after selecting the Datatype.


Now we need to select which columns we want to end up in our .csv file. Highlight the column from the section on the right and use the exportarrow.png button to move it to the 'Used Columns' section. If you want headers (labels on each column in the csv) check the 'Export with headers' checkbox.

Use the Up and Down buttons to arrange the columns as you want them to be displayed on the .csv file.

Once we have all the columns we need, click the 'Next' button.

After we click 'Next' here, you will notice a 'Filters' button that appears. If you want to filter the data that is being exported, click this button.

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For this example, I only want to get my inventory levels from bin A001. You can set up a filter for each column if you'd like.

Next we need to select the location and filename of the .csv to be created. Click next when complete

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Notice that the SNAP job is translated into a command line. This can be used by I.T. to be run in background processes

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Click OK when finished.

Now the job we've just created shows up in our main 'Jobs' list. To run this job, highlight it and click the 'Run' button

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After completed the .csv file will be placed in the location designated when creating the Job.