[jp] Import of Address-CSV

Judd Montgomery judd at jpilot.org
Thu Jun 12 09:57:52 EDT 2003


Zeno R.R. Davatz wrote:
> Ok. Thanks for the hint.
> 
> In the mean time I deleted my DatebookDB on my TREO with pilot-xfer.
> 
> Then I done a sync with my jpilot. Unfourtunately all my data is lost now, but my Handheld works again.
> 
> Any ideas what I could have done so that my jpilot would have overwritten my TREO and not the opposite?
> 
You would have had to installed the DatebookDB.pdb, which probably would 
have gotten your problems records back.

Judd

> Zeno
> 
> On Thu, 12 Jun 2003 21:05:48 +1000
> Sarah George <slgeo1 at yahoo.com.au> wrote:
> 
> 
>>Look on the DateBk5 web page. DateBk5 comes with a program to check for 
>>problems in your Datebook database, called dbScan.prc. Even if you don't plan 
>>to use DateBk5, you can try the database-fixer-upper program for free within 
>>the evaluation period and see if that helps :)
>>
>>-- Sarah
>>
>>
>>On Thursday 12 June 2003 18:59, Zeno R.R. Davatz wrote:
>>
>>>Hi List
>>>
>>>I done a import of an Address-CSV and it worked great. Now I get all my
>>>mail-addresses in Sylpheed-Claws and I was able to sync all the addresses
>>>to my TREO 270. The only problem left is that with my first Import of my
>>>addresses I got some strange entries added to my Datebook. Since then my
>>>Palm always crashes when I press the 'Datebook' button.
>>>
>>>Also when I click onto the Datebook-Button I get: unknown repeatType (16)
>>>found in DatebookDB. I deleted the DatebookDB.pdb in ~/.jpilot/Datebook.pdb
>>>and then synced again but I still get the above error. Any ideas if that is
>>>related to the crashing of my Datebook on my TREO?
>>>
>>>Everything else works great.
>>>
>>>Thanks for your feedback.
>>>Zeno
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>>
>>-- 
>>Sarah George [Yahoo]
>>slgeo1 at yahoo.com.au
>>
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