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Customizing common options

On the wizard step you can set the number of records to import, whether the tool import all table records or only the specified number. In the second case you can set the number of records to skip.

 

Logging

This options group let you to manage logging of the import process.

 

Scripts

There are many cases where the import process is necessary to correct with additional scripts. So to disable table indexes before the importing, specify the corresponding scripts to be executed before and after the process.

 

The typical example of usage of the Before each table and After each table scripts is the import data to autoincrement columns of several tables. In this case it's neseccary to set the corresponding scripts:

SET IDENTITY_INSERT %table_name% ON

and

SET IDENTITY_INSERT %table_name% OFF

to be executed before and after import data to each table correspondingly.

 

Import mode

If the Update existing records option is turned ON, the records will be either updated or inserted: an UPDATE will be performed when a target row exists in the table and an INSERT is performed when the target row does not exist.



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