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I have a zipfile containing 90 csv files which I need to import into our Dynamics CRM Online. I have already done a lot of cleaning on the files (ensuring that none are over 32MB and the that the whole file is less than 32Mb), but whenever I try to import the zipfile, I get a popup saying that "File isn't valid" with text underneath saying that the file could not be uploaded because it is corrupt or does not contain valid files. I have tried to import some of the the files individually, and they do import - so why am I getting this message? Is there a logfile to check to find out which csv file is failing? Do I have to go thru each file individually to find out which is failing?
You may check error "Settings>>DataManagement>>Imports."
If my response helps you, please mark it as "Answered"
Please follow this steps
1) Go to the settings tab and select Data Management
2) Click on Imports from the body of the page
3) By default you should see the view "My Import" . But you can change it to "All I ports" to debug others operations
It is not getting as far as that - there is no entry in the 'My Imports' table, as it is not even able to load the data from the zipfile, and it won't tell me which csv is failing
I managed to do this by doing a manual binary search. I split my files into two separate zipfiles, and then tried to import each of them. One failed and the other at least managed to get as far as the 'submitted' state. I then split the failing zipfile into two smaller zipfiles and tried this again. Rinse and repeat five times, and I finally had my failing csv. This was a serious PITA, and all due to lazy developers who cannot be bothered to create useful error messages. Not very good coding at all...
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