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Oct 2016
Julia
@juliaweist
Oct 18 2016 15:13
@artvrc As suggested on the forum you could use the translation files (messages.po).
Martha Graham Dance
@marthagraham_twitter
Oct 18 2016 15:15
Can you help me?
Julia
@juliaweist
Oct 18 2016 15:53
Hi @marthagraham_twitter please have the person who administers your server check that the database is running.
artvrc
@artvrc
Oct 18 2016 19:39
@juliaweist Thanks, I checked the forum. Unfortunately, I don't have access to messages.po, so I will have to wait until there is a way of changing these hardcoded names by the graphic interface.
Lucy Saikhan
@lucybbs
Oct 18 2016 19:51
Hi, how are you?I have a question regarding regarding to create a mapping to import data to another collectiveaccess database. I find that the element name in actual database and the element name of schema that I created in my collective access.
Hi, how are you?I have a question regarding regarding to create a mapping to import data to another collectiveaccess database. I find that the element name in actual database and the element name of schema that I created in my collective access is different. Where do you see your element name for the mapping ?
Lucy Saikhan
@lucybbs
Oct 18 2016 19:58
The environment: my collective access is build on the main server at other place and I could access it from website usually. Thank you for your help.
Julia
@juliaweist
Oct 18 2016 20:09
@lucybbs In the user interface you can find the element codes under Manage > Administration > Metadata Elements.
Lucy Saikhan
@lucybbs
Oct 18 2016 20:13
@juliaweist Thank you Julia, Do my created element all in one table " Objects (1)" which is displayed in the table ? or they have to be mapping differently between each other?
Lucy Saikhan
@lucybbs
Oct 18 2016 20:26
The two database format is exact same I copied the exact database and delete old data, and now I really want to integrated them to one. Do I need to set up ANY refinery parameter? since the format was same.
Julia
@juliaweist
Oct 18 2016 20:30
I'm sorry, I don't follow your first question. Can you explain further? As for the refineries, yes, you'll still need to use those.
Lucy Saikhan
@lucybbs
Oct 18 2016 22:53
@juliaweist Sorry for the grammar. all the element I created is under the " Object(1) " which is Under the usage in UI column, but I did not see elements in the object table in back end. So when you mapping you only need to look at the metadata elements? or you need to make sure they matches exact database.
Mike Benowitz
@mwbenowitz
Oct 18 2016 23:19
@lucybbs the "Object (1)" notation just shows that the element is in use in that User Interface, which has no impact on an import mapping or the database. You only need to use the table.element reference (ca_objects.[your_element]) in the mapping (plus the refineries as Julia noted)