exporting gnucash-data

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Sat May 29 21:12:14 EDT 2004

There really isn't a good way to do this.  Your best bet is probably
exporting the transaction report to HTML and then feeding that into
something else.  Or you can write an xslt.

What kind of operation do you need to perform on the data?  You could
always write a new report that does what you need.


Anders Vinjar <andersvi at ulrik.uio.no> writes:

> Ive been searching around a bit without finding any obvious
> solutions: how can i get hold of my gnucash-file, or selected
> data in gnucash, say transaction-data from one account, and
> export it to work with it in other programs like for instance
> spread-sheets (fex. gnumeric)?
> Ive tried using various Reports without luck.
> Using gnucash-1.8.8.
> -anders
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