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Stephen Moore

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When exporting a concordance.dat file from Eclipse Web, with the file size it exports a value with 1234.0000 Is there a reason there are .0000 added to every value for this field?

I also have an extra semi-colon showing up in fields that could have multiple values, but for records that only have 1 value it is followed by an extra semi-colon. An example field is the Email To field.

 

Is this happening for anyone else? Is the current workaround to do a manual clean up of the .dat file or have you had any issues leaving them as is?

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When exporting a concordance.dat file from Eclipse Web, with the file size it exports a value with 1234.0000 Is there a reason there are .0000 added to every value for this field?

I also have an extra semi-colon showing up in fields that could have multiple values, but for records that only have 1 value it is followed by an extra semi-colon. An example field is the Email To field.

 

Is this happening for anyone else? Is the current workaround to do a manual clean up of the .dat file or have you had any issues leaving them as is?

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When exporting a concordance.dat file from Eclipse Web, with the file size it exports a value with 1234.0000 Is there a reason there are .0000 added to every value for this field?

I also have an extra semi-colon showing up in fields that could have multiple values, but for records that only have 1 value it is followed by an extra semi-colon. An example field is the Email To field.

 

Is this happening for anyone else? Is the current workaround to do a manual clean up of the .dat file or have you had any issues leaving them as is?

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Hi Stephen,

 

A few questions that might help us to figure out what's wrong here:

 

1 - Does the data show up this way in the Eclipse Web interface?

 

2- What is the data type of the field? You can find this in Eclipse Admin -> Case Management -> Database Fields

 

3- Are you opening the dat file in Notepad, or a different program? If so, which?

 

Thank you,

 

Tanner Comes

Technical Support Engineer

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Hi Stephen,

 

A few questions that might help us to figure out what's wrong here:

 

1 - Does the data show up this way in the Eclipse Web interface?

 

2- What is the data type of the field? You can find this in Eclipse Admin -> Case Management -> Database Fields

 

3- Are you opening the dat file in Notepad, or a different program? If so, which?

 

Thank you,

 

Tanner Comes

Technical Support Engineer

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Hi Stephen,

 

A few questions that might help us to figure out what's wrong here:

 

1 - Does the data show up this way in the Eclipse Web interface?

 

2- What is the data type of the field? You can find this in Eclipse Admin -> Case Management -> Database Fields

 

3- Are you opening the dat file in Notepad, or a different program? If so, which?

 

Thank you,

 

Tanner Comes

Technical Support Engineer

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Hi Stephen,

 

A few questions that might help us to figure out what's wrong here:

 

1 - Does the data show up this way in the Eclipse Web interface?

 

2- What is the data type of the field? You can find this in Eclipse Admin -> Case Management -> Database Fields

 

3- Are you opening the dat file in Notepad, or a different program? If so, which?

 

Thank you,

 

Tanner Comes

Technical Support Engineer

1 - It does not show up that way in Eclipse Web interface, File size does not have the .0000 attached to it.

Same for the Email To field the extra ; is not displayed.

 

2 - for Email To Field Type is : LongText - User

for File Size Field Type is: NATIVEFILESIZE - System

 

3 - UltraEdit

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Hi Stephen,

 

A few questions that might help us to figure out what's wrong here:

 

1 - Does the data show up this way in the Eclipse Web interface?

 

2- What is the data type of the field? You can find this in Eclipse Admin -> Case Management -> Database Fields

 

3- Are you opening the dat file in Notepad, or a different program? If so, which?

 

Thank you,

 

Tanner Comes

Technical Support Engineer

1 - It does not show up that way in Eclipse Web interface, File size does not have the .0000 attached to it.

Same for the Email To field the extra ; is not displayed.

 

2 - for Email To Field Type is : LongText - User

for File Size Field Type is: NATIVEFILESIZE - System

 

3 - UltraEdit

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