timoline wrote:example of what? clubs, persons, teams?
# IMPORT club POSSIBLE COLUMNS: id, name, alias, admin, address, zipcode, location, state, country, founded, phone, fax, email, website, president, manager, logo_big, logo_middle, logo_small, standard_playground, extended, ordering, checked_out, checked_out_time
timoline wrote:sure, but its easy to create ...
create 1 person with all the fields of your needs in the backend of joomleague.
open phpmyadmin, and export the table jos_joomleague_person in CSV format
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warteckel wrote:I try to import csv file and birthday is on dd/mm/yyyy format. After import birthday appears to be 0000-00-00. Can someone help? Everything else is working fine in the import.
timoline wrote:just tested, works fine
* IMPORT person COLUMN NAMES
* IMPORT person CSV FORMAT
* CSV FORMAT AS DEFINED IN rfc 4180
* IMPORT person POSSIBLE COLUMNS: id, user_id, firstname, lastname, nickname, alias, country, knvbnr, birthday, height, weight, picture, show_pic, show_persdata, show_teamdata, show_on_frontend, info, notes, phone, mobile, email, website, address, zipcode, location, state, address_country, extended, published, ordering, checked_out, checked_out_time, position_id
Make sure you also export the column names, Put fields names in the first row
But I think I see your problem;
the extended data is a bit weird in the csv file, and_one do you also see this problem?
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