[jp] Import of Address-CSV
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.
> 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 :)
>>On Thursday 12 June 2003 18:59, Zeno R.R. Davatz wrote:
>>>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.
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>>Sarah George [Yahoo]
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