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1. Export to CSV File. Choose the CSV file from the nuScroll list.
 
1. Export to CSV File. Choose the CSV file from the nuScroll list.
  
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2. Delimiter. Choose the Delimiter to space each field value.
 
2. Delimiter. Choose the Delimiter to space each field value.

Revision as of 11:07, 6 October 2020

The CSV Transfer Form Allows...


Exporting a database table to a CSV file.

Importing CSV files to a new database table.


Exporting a CSV File requires the following steps...

1. Export to CSV File. Choose the CSV file from the nuScroll list.

Before importing a CSV File the File must be placed in the CSV files subdirectory inside nuBuilder Forte's directory - on the server.


2. Delimiter. Choose the Delimiter to space each field value.

3. Import to (CSV). Enter a filename for the new CSV file.

4. Click the Transfer Action Button.

Importing a CSV File requires the following steps...

1. Import from CSV File. Choose the database table from the nuScroll list.

2. Delimiter. Choose the Delimiter to space each field value.

3. Import to (Table). Enter a filename for the new CSV file.

4. Click the Transfer Action Button.