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Is there a way to modify the View Source to include a Save?

 
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Keoki



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PostPosted: Mon Feb 15, 2010 11:30 pm    Post subject: Is there a way to modify the View Source to include a Save? Reply with quote

I'm on DataLoad Pro V 4.3.9.0 and have a task of loading 29k lines into an Oracle AR Transaction (R12, 12.0.6). I would like to Save every 25th line and am wondering if the View Source can be modified to incorporate this Save.
Please advise of the best practice for this scenario and/ or suggestions would be welcomed.
Thanks,
-K
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2010 1:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Keoki,

As you have found, with DataLoad you can either have DataLoad save after every record or after the final record but you can't have DataLoad save every 25 (or any other number) of records. You could edit the forms playback source as you suggest. You can't do this through the View Source function in DataLoad but you can open the .fld file in a text editor and insert the Save commands. In principle this is straightforward but obviously it is critical that you insert the right command at the right places. If you can do that then you could update the script to save every 25 records.

Thanks and regards,

Jonathan Stuart
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