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csvimport [2020/05/06 11:40]
sylvain [2. To build your csv file, please maximum respect the options default as following :]
csvimport [2020/05/12 13:59]
sylvain [2. To build your csv file, please maximum respect the options default as following :]
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   * cell delimiter => ; (semicolon - by default) or , (comma - by selecting Advanced options ​ and CSV options)   * cell delimiter => ; (semicolon - by default) or , (comma - by selecting Advanced options ​ and CSV options)
   * text delimiter => " (useful only if a semicolon (;) is present into a cell, usually present for the numerical values, in any case it's better if you leave this double quote)   * text delimiter => " (useful only if a semicolon (;) is present into a cell, usually present for the numerical values, in any case it's better if you leave this double quote)
 +  * Data in rows : Items (by default) or Descriptors
 +  * Data in columns : Descriptors (by default) or Items
   * **Inapplicable state** => As dependencies cannot be applied with a CSV format, inapplicable states cannot be recognized. So you have to understand that an inapplicable states will be see like a not described value. In other words put a not descrided value or an inapplicable states value will come back to the same.   * **Inapplicable state** => As dependencies cannot be applied with a CSV format, inapplicable states cannot be recognized. So you have to understand that an inapplicable states will be see like a not described value. In other words put a not descrided value or an inapplicable states value will come back to the same.
   * no cells should be empty   * no cells should be empty
csvimport.txt · Dernière modification: 2020/06/09 11:16 par sylvain