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No header found for object - CSV import - override

Techie
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Hi All,

 

I want to test override CSV Import in my virtual lab.

So i have authoritative zone "mandiri.com" and have 2 delegation zone:

> a.mandiri.com

with name server

-delegateb.mandiri.com: 192.168.11.111

-delegatea.com: 192.168.11.11

> b.mandiri.com

with name server

-delegateb.mandiri.com: 192.168.11.111

-delegatea.com: 192.168.11.11

 

And I want to test to changes 1 nameserver and it's ip address by override CSV import, become like this:

> a.mandiri.com

with name server

-delegateb.mandiri.com: 192.168.11.111

-delegatea.mandiri.com: 192.168.11.12

> b.mandiri.com

with name server

-delegateb.mandiri.com: 192.168.11.111

-delegatea.com: 192.168.11.11

 

but when I click import, warning "no header found for object.

is there something I missed?

 

heres the capture

 

1. delegation zone and mandiri.com records

1.delegate existing.jpg

 

2.delegate existing_1.jpg

 

 

2. export CSV file - existing

3.export csv before.jpg

 

 

3. I edit the name server and ip address.

4.edit and will import like this.jpg

 

4. save as - csv format

 

5.save as allzones-2.jpg

 

5. import file - override

 

6.import - override allzones-2.jpg

 

6. click import and error appears

 

7.no header found for object.jpg

 

 

 

I hope you all can help my case. what header i missed?

 

Thank You,

Rio

 

 

Re: No header found for object - CSV import - override

Techie
Posts: 5
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Hi All,

 

Is there anyone can help me?

 

Thank you

 

BR,

Rio

Re: No header found for object - CSV import - override

Adviser
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Unfortunately, your screen shots are not showing.  I just see a yellow triangle with a gray border.

 

For each row in your CSV file, the first column indicates the type of record/object.  Before each type, there should be a header- row that has the same object name.

 

i.e.

 

header-network,etc,etc,etc

network,etc,etc,etc

 

If there is not a matching header row, it does not know how to import the data.

Re: No header found for object - CSV import - override

Techie
Posts: 5
5954     0

I dont know why my screenshots cant be seen, i uploaded well

 

could you please check my screenshot in my google drive?

 

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xq2URm0D9Ok41OxjZBqfBebBaBPLZFyg

 

 

My step is export the csv first, so I can have the header template and then just edit what i need to update. so I dont touch any header from the template.

 

Thank you

 

BR,

Rio

 

 

Re: No header found for object - CSV import - override

Techie
Posts: 5
5954     0

Hi All,

 

Is there anyone can help me?

 

thank you

 

BR,

Rio

Re: No header found for object - CSV import - override

New Member
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Late to the party here, and I'm sure you've fixed your issue, but for anyone else experiencing the same problem it's worth saving your csv as a "CSV UTF-8 (Comma delimited) (*.csv)" in Excel before importing.

Worked for me.

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