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Import taxonomy fields from Sharepoint Document library into SQL database

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I have a document library on my Sharepoint 2013 site with various properties, where some of them are of the type Managed Metadata, taxonomy.
I need to import those items and all of their properties into sql database.
I tried to use the Odata source to import the data from the sharepoint document  library, but none of the managed metadata columns seems to be imported. How could I achive this?
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Looks like it might be a struggle :(

You've probably seen these links already if you've Googled the issue...
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/hh147179%28v=office.14%29.aspx
https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/ExportImport-the-Taxonomy-b41dfddb
http://underthehood.ironworks.com/2011/10/sharepoint-2010-how-to-backuprestore-managed-metadata-from-one-farmenvironment-to-another.html

Sorry, I can't help beyond providing the links above. The last link included a comment that suggested a code-free way of migrating the metadata to another farm.
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