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After some puzzling: it shows that lines in a CSV are not imported when one or more of the fields have characters like é, â, ö, etc. in it.
Now I am missing about 10% of entries from a CSV file due to this. Certainly not efficient to update them manually (before and after).
How can that be solved?
The issue is with the source CSV file, not the import process.
Please see requirement #3 of the CSV file requirements and tip #2 in the Tips. And here’s the link to a FAQ about extended characters and how to properly encode the file using Windows Notepad.
These will explain basics of what going on and how to fix the file so it can be properly imporated.
I hope this helps, let me know.
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