In Automator, I presume you have the model defined with a project, and the project has exports. Automator has a process to run the project, and you can schedule the process. When the process runs, the project exports that you define are performed.
You can do two things - you can change the project export definition so that it creates "\\network\server\path\cible\export.xlsx" instead of "C:\local-folder\exports\export.xlsx". Or you can edit the export distribution in Automator to copy the file to the desired location.
Important to remember is that the Automator runs under a service account, it's not logged in as you, so it doesn't have mapped network drives like D:, X:, Z:, etc, so you must use UNC paths like \\...\...\ for the exports to be written to network locations.
You mention you want to split the the result and send it to different folders - this is perhaps easiest on project exports defined as "export the table split for each filter" or "export the summary split on the first key field" - is this what you have?
Best wishes, cordialement,
PS Pas de probleme d'ecrire en francais - desole que je suis trop paresseux de prendre le temps pour repondre en francais aussi.
Bonjour M.BOND (007 Peut-être?),
Mon Anglais est approximatif, sorry.
Oui, je souhaite diviser le résultat et l'envoyer vers des dossiers différents, comme "exporter la scission de la table pour chaque filtre" ou "exporter la scission de synthèse sur le premier champ de clé", mais je ne sais pas comment faire.
Merci pour votre aide,
In the Export and Distribution dialogs, there's a triangle to the right of the text box. This lets you pull down a list of options for wildcard naming. Absurdly, this Jive software won't let me add an image as a screenshot, although it would seem to allow me to add a video. The format is like this: &[source.name] - also & with terms like key value, first field value etc.