I created a tool to retrieve info about archived jobs from Gengo. You can find it here:
In that page you can see instructions about how to use it. In a little more detail, for Windows environments (if you're using Linux or Mac you are probably tech-savvy enough to figure out things by yourself):
- You can check if you have Java 8 following these steps:
- Press the Windows logo key and the R at the same time.
- Type "cmd" (without quotes) and press Enter. A 'black window' should open.
- On that window, type "java -version" (without quotes) and press Enter. You should see some info about your Java version. That info should contain a line starting with java version "1.8...". The key here is the number 8 - if you see another number or you get an error, you don't have Java 8 installed properly.
- If you don't have Java 8, you can download it from here:
- To edit the file "config.properties" you can use any text editor, like Notepad.
It should work on any system that is running Java 8, no matter if it's Windows, Linux or Mac. It is open source (MIT license), so if you are a developer and want to make any improvements feel free to clone/fork it and contribute.
The tool will generate a .csv file, which is made so you can easily open it in a spreadsheet and convert the data to a table. For instance, in Microsoft Excel:
- Open the .csv file.
- Select column A.
- Click Data > Text to columns.
- Press Finish (default values should be ok).
Questions, suggestions? Please let me know and I'll keep this first message updated.