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Stored definition error 11 years 8 months ago #2046

I am trying to use the freeware version to do a simple excel to mysql import.
I'm not doing anything special at all; just a simple 1-to-1 column mapping.

When I try to test my definition, it runs for 50 rows, then stops with the error "The freeware version does not support stored definitions".

Huh? I have no idea what this means. As far as I know, I am not using any stored definitions.

Please help with any ideas or suggestions.

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Re:Stored definition error 11 years 8 months ago #2047

Hi Larry

With stored definition we mean saved definitions. With the freeware version you can create new definitions and import/export up to 10000 records or rows without heaters/functions. If you save the definition and open this the next time the definition is limited to 50 records or rows.

Perhaps this is a translation mistake. In this case could you give us a better suggestion, please?

Thanks in advance.
Best wishes
Robert Stark

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