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05/19/2006
Advanced Data Import 2.4 released

We are pleased to announce new version of Advanced Data Import component. You can download the newest version from the download page.

What's new in Advanced Data Import version 2.4?

  1. Fixed the bug with XML Import editor - file filtering in Open File Dialog was incorrect: .dbf instead of .xml
  2. ADO_Import2Wizard. The SkipLines value was neither saved nor restored when importing from TXT file. Fixed now.
  3. Import2Wizard and ADO_Import2Wizard. With the Show Error Log after import flag on the error log file was not shown. Fixed now.
  4. Import2Wizard and ADO_Import2Wizard. The repeated load of the template file (without closing the ImportWizard) caused the duplication of the values in the Replacements list. Fixed now.
  5. Import2Wizard and ADO_Import2Wizard. With AutoLoadTemplate and AutoSaveTemplate options on there were some problems with loading and writing of the template. Fixed now.
  6. Now it is possible to log the errors caused by incorrect field formats.
  7. QImport2XLS. When not all fields were mapped it caused error "List Index out of bounds" during opening the Map component editor in design time mode. Fixed now.
  8. QImport2DBF. When importing from DBF using an FPT file, the lengths of MEMO type fields were calculated incorrectly.
  9. The new custom date-string parser that allows recognition of dates in any format including the initial zeros, i.e. either 7/3/2000 or 07/03/2000.
  10. Significant improvements related to working with TQImportFieldFormat.NullValue and TQImportFieldFormat.DefaultValue options, including the correct saving of them into a template file.
  11. Added new AllowDuplicates feature that allows to create duplicates during the import modes: Insert All, Update or Insert, Delete or Insert.

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