Export Mode (Core Services)
The export mode indicates the type of export to perform when exporting a database. The following values are accepted:
Export this object and all objects it contains.
Export this object and all objects it references. This flag cannot be set if the NoReferences flag is set.
Export this object only. For example, AF Attributes of an AF Element will not be included. This flag cannot be set if the AllReferences flag is set.
Don't export UniqueIDs associated with each object.
Export default values.
Used to limit the export of a database to include library objects only. Library objects are Categories, all Templates, Enumeration Sets, Reference Types, Tables and the Unit-of-Measure Database.
Include Security Descriptors in export. Exporting Security Descriptors will have a performance impact on both Export and Import.
Export hierarchical objects in a flattened style. This includes Elements, Attributes, Attribute Templates, and Event Frames.
Export the simplified form of configuration strings for attributes and attribute templates. The simplified strings will already have parameters substituted and will not include UniqueIDs or point identifiers.
Append the unit of measure, if any, to the end of attribute values and attribute template values when they are exported.
Use user interface Paste Rules to determine what properties of templated objects should be exported.