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For those who follow me on twitter probably know that I’m working on a new package for Umbraco that can export Members to a csv file. Below you see the first screenshot of the package. Basically you select the groups and fields you want to export, you specify the export options and when you click the export button a csv file is generated on the fly which you can download.
Two days ago I started tweeting about this because I was very happy that exporting a few hundred members only took 2 seconds. Immediately people warned me about the fact that I used Member.GetAll to get a list of all the members which is very slow when you want to export more than 500 records. Thanks again for this warning guys (also for the brain breaking sql I had to write to improve the performance ). So I changed the Member.GetAll functionality to a custom SQL query, imported 5000 extra records and did a performance test to see if the modification was a success. Guess what, the export of 5000+ records only took 2142 milliseconds. I think that’s a great result to end the week with.
When will this package be available?
Next Monday I will send the package to a few people that want to beta test MemberExport. When it’s stable enough I’ll release the package. There will be two versions of the package, a free (limited to export 200) records version and a PRO version that can also save the export options for later use. The price for the pro version will be 39 euro (ex 19% Dutch VAT, only for Dutch customers) .
I hope you find the package interesting!