Re: Generic import
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Posted by Mark on December 01, 2002 at 10:22:09:
In Reply to: Generic import posted by Lawrence Brandon on November 30, 2002 at 07:46:55:
: Hi Mark;
: When I attempted to do a generic import of Transactions this month with Fund Master on win XP
: I had difficulties because the format string wasn't saved from last month.Is that going to be a problem with win XP every month? Or do I have to do something to get XP to remember the format string. I know I set FM up to do the import last month, and had to set it up again this month.I have used the generic import every month for 4-5 years with win 95,98, & ME for probably a year or so on each and FM always remembered the format string, after I set set it up. Was the final release for FM 6 in November if so is that the problem?
: Lawrence Brandon
This is suppose to work under XP also. The last 6 unique format strings
you've used are stored in the registry at:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Beiley Software\Fund Manager\CurrentVersion\defaults
under the key names:
You can do an import, and then use "regedit" to go look at these values,
and see if they got stored properly. They should get stored at the
completion of a successful import. If you could let me know the following:
1) Are they stored correctly in the registry after a good import?
2) If they do get stored, are they recalled okay for the next import?
3) What is the specific format string you're using that isn't getting
Fund Manager, portfolio management software for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/00/XP