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Axiell training

How to use the Import Tool

Darryll Magboo Software Training Consultant

This course teaches attendees how to use the Import Tool to batch import new records and to update existing records in EMu.
This course covers:

  • The import tool
  • Permissions and import tool registry settings
  • How to build an import file
  • Data file formats supported by the import tool
  • Kinds of fields that can be specified in an import data file
  • How to find the back-end column name
  • Atomic reference (an attachment field)
  • Table reference (a table of attachments)
  • How to update records with the import tool
  • How to append data to a table using the import tool
  • How to generate the XML by running a report
Course type Course
Duration 1-2 Days 1-2 Days
1 or 2 day course depending on the skills / experience of trainees (one day when booked as classroom training).
Trainer Darryll Magboo Darryll Magboo
Darryll has worked for Axiell since 2014 and in his role as a trainer has trained over 20 different client sites. He has experience running a range of sessions across our different software products.

He started with Axiell initially as a junior developer and has also worked on the Help Desk supporting customers. This gives Darryll a good understanding of the software from both a technical and user perspective; skills which he uses to help users get the most out of training.

I very much enjoyed the pace of the course and the level of interactivity he achieved, in spite of the fact that we were doing remote training.

Darcy Shapiro New Jersey State Museum

Found the course interesting and engaging! The instruction was very comprehensive. Really liked the use of the training environment.

Emily Bamforth, Royal Saskatchewan Museum Royal Saskatchewan Museum

[The trainer] did a great job of making sure everyone's questions and concerns were addressed, and made sure that everyone had a comprehensive understanding of the concepts we covered.

Julie McVey National Geographic, Washington D.C
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