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Asset Import from Text File

Asset Import from Text File

Asset Import from Text File

Does anyone know how to create multiple assets from a text file import in Connect.It?

This client won't be using the procurement module and provides a delimited file with new assets received. I need to take the "SHIP_QTY" field from the text file and create that many assets from that product line item. In other words, I have one line in the text file taht I need to create multiple assets from. Is this possible through a direct mapping to amAsset?


RE: Asset Import from Text File


Can you add a feature to the Assets table?  If so then this feature can hold a numerical value i.e. Shipped_Qty = 3

Next create a workflow that is kicked off upon insertion, and then use the value to create additional assets.

This would appear to be one way.

Email me directly for additional help, also put you in contact with someone I know who is good at Connect.It scenarios.



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