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I have a excel file and its content are two columns: first column ist the item no. and the second one is a new description.
So my goal is to update the already existing items in my database with the new description.
When I create the xmlport, do I have to insert also the item no. as a new element? Or do I only need the description field as a new element?
Then in the code I would check, if the item already exists, if yes, then I would update it.
I found that code snippet, which I would like to use for that case:
Is that the right way?
Does the xmlport need some special properties? Like Autoupdate = Yes?
Why not using Rapid Start for this? I would also save the file as CSV and create an ad hoc codeunit instead of XMLPort. That would be faster and more flexible.
How should it work with Rapid Start? How would I be able to assign the data correctly there?
Can you tell me how this codeunit should look like?
This is for RapidStart
This is for codeunit
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