I don't know if I'm alone with it, but I can hardly follow you:
Do you have any idea where to find the information?
What are you actually looking for? It's not clear what do you want to achieve?
... I am not able to decode the header of the table.
I've stopped using update.seven since ages, but the XML serialization of mmCore Formats did not change, so I'm wondering a little bit, if you do need to decode anything... You receive normally a pure XML.
Separated the file with MsExcel to check content.
I'm pretty sure, something went wrong here: "I exported the right configuration data from the right module to xml." - If so, you got an XML, which you can open by e.g. Notepad or ideally Notepad++/VS Code. MS Excel is suboptimal for reading the content as you do not have a schema for this hierarchical data, and mostly it does not make a sense to flatten it to a table.
Even if the exported XML contained any sensitive data, you could anonymize it and attach it to this thread, that we have a better overview.
I spearated with Excel because in my case it makes sense to flatten it to a table, because I want to structure right information in a different view that it is organized on the admin UI. eg. I would like to know whether a trigger, data, other is accessable, writable, etc. for which right roups with what condition. The UI is not suitable for effective assesment in this approach.
I meant the table headers equals to xls tags and as far as I recogized there are different bolcks meaning the levels of the right structure. I am looking forward the sort of the levels and the definiton what ids referers exactly to what.
To anonymize the xml would be bigger effort than it worth at all I hoped there is any standard factory documentation about the strucure of the xml (means a "block" of headers in the separated xls) can help me to handle my "restructuring" issue an easy way.
Hi Szabó Szabina, I believe what you are trying to achieve is mapping the actual field name to the XML label.
You might want to got into the (Admin) Maintenance Module > Datamodel to find the respective Info Area (table) and its list of fields. The DB Column will give you the necessary insight.
thank you for your support, not exactly the datamodel what I am looking for.