If we do not have internet , what practical tool do you have today to import an xml form on the phones , to export the completed forms and convert them into csv to exploit them

Hi,
If we do not have internet , what practical tool do you have today to
import an xml form on the phones , to export the completed forms and
convert them into csv to exploit them .

Thank you

Where is your aggregate server? If it is sitting on your LAN, you can point
the URL to the LAN address of the server. This was, you can load your
forms, send completed forms and export the data using the aggregate server.
If you do not have a server, you can load your forms using a data cable to
your computer and use ODK Briefcase to extract the data from your phones
and export to csv using the same tool.

I had already used the server with ODK aggregate and Briefcase . But ODK aggregate blocking access to the server and it takes 24 hours to reach it when the quota is exceeded. For briefcase , I had IP address concerns that changed all the time and needed to be changed every time. So I 'm a little bummed to have to much hassle with briefcase

··· Le lundi 12 octobre 2015 13:41:53 UTC+1, Franck Koutepe a écrit : > > Hi, > If we do not have internet , what practical tool do you have today to > import an xml form on the phones , to export the completed forms and > convert them into csv to exploit them . > > Thank you > >

If you run out of quota, the easy solution is to set up billing and see if
it becomes too expensive.

You can always revert back to a free account by setting the maximum
billable amount to $0.00 and/or deleting the credit card.

In practice, the amount charged is usually very small.

If you control the wifi access point that you are using, you can configure
it to assign your server a static IP address. See
https://opendatakit.org/use/aggregate/tomcat-install/#Configure_for_Network_Access

··· On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 9:41 AM, Franck Koutepe wrote:

I had already used the server with ODK aggregate and Briefcase . But ODK aggregate blocking access to the server and it takes 24 hours to reach it when the quota is exceeded. For briefcase , I had IP address concerns that changed all the time and needed to be changed every time. So I 'm a little bummed to have to much hassle with briefcase

Le lundi 12 octobre 2015 13:41:53 UTC+1, Franck Koutepe a écrit :

Hi,
If we do not have internet , what practical tool do you have today to
import an xml form on the phones , to export the completed forms and
convert them into csv to exploit them .

Thank you

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Thk you.

··· 2015-10-12 20:34 GMT+01:00 Mitch Sundt :

If you run out of quota, the easy solution is to set up billing and see if
it becomes too expensive.

You can always revert back to a free account by setting the maximum
billable amount to $0.00 and/or deleting the credit card.

In practice, the amount charged is usually very small.

If you control the wifi access point that you are using, you can configure
it to assign your server a static IP address. See
https://opendatakit.org/use/aggregate/tomcat-install/#Configure_for_Network_Access

On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 9:41 AM, Franck Koutepe franckkoutepe@gmail.com wrote:

I had already used the server with ODK aggregate and Briefcase . But ODK aggregate blocking access to the server and it takes 24 hours to reach it when the quota is exceeded. For briefcase , I had IP address concerns that changed all the time and needed to be changed every time. So I 'm a little bummed to have to much hassle with briefcase

Le lundi 12 octobre 2015 13:41:53 UTC+1, Franck Koutepe a écrit :

Hi,
If we do not have internet , what practical tool do you have today to
import an xml form on the phones , to export the completed forms and
convert them into csv to exploit them .

Thank you

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