Would it be correct to assume that data exported to a csv would be able to be re-imported and replace existing data, using export import buttons on the same page?
Or would it be feasible to have them do different things? Or is that asking for trouble?
These are the headers for each CSV.
Name Airport.Name Destination.Name VehicleType.Name Supplier Cost (EURO) Mark Up % Supplier.Name
Private Car Majorca (Palma Airport - PMI) Alcudia Private Car (max. 4 persons) 69.3 0 Some Taxi Company
Name SupplierCost MarkUp BookingVoucherText PerPersonFare SupplierID AirportID DestinationID VehicleTypeID
Private Car 50 0 Test Text 0 219 4 288 8
Sorry..all the formatting was lost.
I guess nobody is understanding what are you going to export or import and from where you are trying to do so. Please be specific otherwise no one can help you here.
Please give more details about your problem then we are Understand easily and give you best solution..
Ok I'll try and be more specific.
Originally Posted by informalsports
1) Should an Export to CSV feature export in the same format to be read by the Import CSV feature
2) Would this cause problems with already input data
3) Having the Export and Import on the page doing different things..would that be bad practice.
These are the CSV headers
Yes you can export data in CSV and then you can again import the same CSV file using import export button.
As you can see from the screenshots the field names are different, will that not cause a problem?
Originally Posted by kiwistech
If you want to import data that you have exported then, yes it should be in the same format. But why would you want to do that anyway???
To add prices and other info to existing data using the csv.
Originally Posted by jedaisoul
Originally Posted by davetee
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