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First question I got is What will clearing my Verisign SSL slate do? Is it safe? Hoping for any comment. My 2nd question... Does anyone know if you can covert a pipe delimited file to a .csv file to upload the contents to Oscommerce?.

Or, is there an Oscommerce add on for pipe delimeted files?.

And also, why is there so many different types of bulk upload programs, why don't they just call one of them the one to use and do away with all the others?.

(.csv file preferable).

Samuel B Allen..

Comments (58)

I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I find an good answer. You should email the people at Verisign as they probably could give you help..

Comment #1

Are you saying that all I have to do is to upload the pipe delimited file as I do a .csv file? - If so, then what do I save the pipe delimited file as before I make the upload?..

Comment #2

No, I am saying read the EP documentation which explains what you have to do to get EP to accept/use pipe delimited files..

The name you save it as does not matter...

Comment #3

I know that .csv is considered as "comma", but which of the following is Pipe Delimited considered as?.

$ep_separator = "\t"; // tab is default.

//$ep_separator = ','; // comma.

//$ep_separator = ';'; // semi-colon.

//$ep_separator = '~'; // tilde.

//$ep_separator = '*'; // splat..

Comment #4

I didn't mean the name, I meant the extention? (pipe_delimited (dot) what?..

Comment #5

Does anyone know if you can covert a pipe delimited file to a .csv file to upload the contents to Oscommerce?.

Or, is there an Oscommerce add on for pipe delimeted files?.

And also, why is there so many different types of bulk upload programs, why don't they just call one of them the one to use and do away with all the others?.

(.csv file preferable).

Samuel B Allen..

Comment #6

I use Edit+ and do a find and replace, then use Easy Populate..

But there is no need to do this, this is from the EP documentation..

EasyPopulate will import tab, comma, semi-colon, or any other.

User-defined-separator delimited files...

Comment #7


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