Datacore Play|Import
Models :
Domain prefix :    Model row limit :    from :   until :    skip forbidden :

     samples : empty template (.ods) for Phase 1, Model Master 2.21 (.ods) for Phase 2, OpenElec v0.1, Geo Mapping v0.2, all

Handled no model row yet   Posted no model yet
Data :
Resource row limit :      start :      detailed errors :      disable lookup query :

     samples : OpenElec v0.1, Geo Mapping v0.2 cityareait coitateco coit

Handled no resource row yet   Posted no resource yet
 (clicking button with no file selected uses OpenElec sample files)

WARNING if Models or Resources that depend on others are not imported, click on button again (because for now they are not imported all at once nor ordered according to their dependencies).

To get more info about import errors, for now open your browser's javascript console.

Quickstart: Line 2 of empty template (.ods) contains the reference documentation for all model features. Look on the wiki for a step-by-step tutorial, the Phase 1 / 2 methodology, gotchas, more details...

Model & data CSV files must be UTF-8 encoded and use comma as separator. For this, the best way is to edit them using LibreOffice. Beware, MS Excel uses Windows encoding and semicolon separator instead (see how to configure Excel), Google Doc Spreadsheet can help instead but migrating between different spreadsheet softwares (such as Google Doc's) often breaks files (ex. "true" becomes VRAI, "false" becomes "0").

To help with importing dates, in addition to the Datacore API's full ISO8601 format (YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ss.SSSZ), the import tool also supports YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ssZ, YYYY-MM-DDZ, YYYYMMDDZ, YYYYMMDD (thanks to momentjs).
CSV rows :
Resources :
Datacore (NOT INITED) :