Within the Method export tool, if you click Advanced Filter Options you will have the option to Filter with script. This allows you to export specific parts of your data (e.g., customers with the first name Jason).
The script is written in a 'language' called SQL. If you don’t know what SQL is, or how to use it, here is a list of some common SQL scripts that can be used with the Method export tool. We’ll use the Customer table in our examples.
To filter for records based on the exact values of a specified field:
To filter for records based on multiple exact values of a specified field:
To filter for records that are greater than or less than the specified value:
To filter for records that match a specified pattern:
To filter for records that are between two specified values:
To choose multiple filters:
These are just a few of many filter scripts you can use, but it should get you going for now!
If you would like to look for more information on creating your own scripts, start with SQL Where Clause.