In Exporting campaign account CSVs from VTiger using SQL we investigated how to use direct SQL database access to export names and emails for organizations for a given campaign.
This post shows how to do the same thing. Please refer to the previous post for a detailed explanation.
SELECT CONCAT(cont.firstname, " ", cont.lastname) AS "Name", cont.email AS "EMail" FROM vtiger_campaigncontrel AS ccr JOIN vtiger_contactdetails cont ON (cont.contactid = ccr.contactid) WHERE `campaignid` =(SELECT postvalue FROM `vtiger_modtracker_detail` WHERE fieldname = "record_id" AND `id` = (SELECT `id` FROM `vtiger_modtracker_detail` WHERE postvalue = (SELECT campaign_no FROM vtiger_campaign WHERE `campaignname` = "MyCampaign") and fieldname = "campaign_no")) AND cont.email <> ''
Besides joining on
vtiger_campaigncontrel instead of the account-related equivalent, the only major difference is in assembling the name. For contacts, first name and last name are stored separatedly. Therefore we use C
ONCAT(cont.firstname, " ", cont.lastname) to get a single name string out of that information.
As shown in the previous post, you can use phpmyadmin to export the result of the query to CSV or to Excel directly. While this might seem like a tedious process, it is much less tedious than copy-and-pasting hundreds of contacts manually.