German CSV export and import changes

The german csv export now includes semicolon as a field delimiter and a German export can be imported directly back into the system without having to manipulate the file settings.

WARNING: At this time we are only able to import in files with a decimal as the decimal place separator. We cannot accommodate a comma as the decimal separator for the import currently. Hence, the export of any numbers with decimals will be in the ENGLISH format, and not any other format. We apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.

The german csv export now includes a semicolon as a field delimiter and these can be imported directly back into the system.

When the csv. is run, follow the normal export process steps

When the csv. is run, follow the normal export process steps

The file will be formatted with a semicolon between field names

The file will be formatted with a semicolon between field names

WARNING: Any numbers with a decimal place will NOT be exported with a comma. It will instead have a decimal place output. This is purely because the import can ONLY accommodate a decimal and not a comma.

WARNING: Any numbers with a decimal place will NOT be exported with a comma. It will instead have a decimal place output. This is purely because the import can ONLY accommodate a decimal and not a comma.

To import in the csv file, click on Daten importieren

To import in the csv file, click on Daten importieren

Follow the normal import process

Follow the normal import process

The exported data has been reimported without having to reformat the file

WARNING: IF YOU EDIT IN EXCEL, YOU MUST SAVE THE FILE WITH A SEMICOLON AS THE FIELD DELIMITER

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