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Invalid Field Count CSV Input on Line 1

Thread began 11/05/2012 11:12 am by M2Media | Last modified 12/06/2012 3:25 pm by M2Media | 14390 views | 30 replies


Invalid Field Count CSV Input on Line 1

I've been having issues with getting close to 10,000 subscribers into pm1_users.

1. I tried to import an xls file but have learned that no longer works.

2. To be sure there isn't something wrong with the database, I started with just one subscriber and created a CSV file. I've tried it with the exact field names as pm1_users and the header and the same without the header. In both cases I get Invalid Field Count CSV Input on Line 1

3. I'm told that "the column count in the CSV file does not match the column count of the table you are importing to." But I'm clueless as to how I correct that. In Numbers, I've assigned the length of each column to be the same as pm1_users. What am I doing wrong?

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