- November 11, 2022
- Posted by: admin
- Categories: Blog, Sage
whenever importing a file over a network encounters a problem with a particular line or field.
You already know how to create a CSV file manually so that you can import it into Sage X3 using a template.
However, if you’re wondering how to detect specific issues following a silent import, this is the answer.
To notify the end-user of a problem, you occasionally need to catch the incoming errors.
Closed season, incorrect date, etc.
Unfortunately, the default Sage X3 silent import method doesn’t display the specific import faults in their natural form.
From GIMPOBJ, call IMPORTSIL([M:IMP2]MODIMP,[M:IMP2]NOMIMP).
Additionally, the default function ERR IMPORT does not display specific issues; it merely displays the general status of the importation.