Imports the data specified by ImportFile into the specified Library in the specified mode.
The result of the import operation is represented by the Status
output property. The pipelet will return to the error connector if a process
error occurred when executing the import. A process error is one which
prevents or interrupts the basic execution of the import. An example of a
process error is when the specified import file does not exist on the file
system. Client code should consult the Status object details to determine if
there were any problems importing the individual data within the import file.
Import file path. This path must be relative to the 'src' subdirectory within the top-level IMPEX directory.
Import mode. Possible values are MERGE, UPDATE, DELETE, REPLACE.
The destination library where the data will be imported to. This input property is optional. There are 4 cases to consider:
- If Library is omitted, and the import file does not specify a library-id, the data is imported into the private library of the current site.
- If Library is omitted, and the import file does specify a library-id, the data is imported into the specified shared library.
- if Library is specified, and the import file does not specify a library-id, the data is imported into the passed Library.
- If Library is specified, and the import file does specify a library-id, then the passed Library is ignored and the data is imported into the shared library referenced by libary-id.
Note: There is no way to specify a private library using the "library-id" attribute in the import file.
Import status code. Zero represents an import without process errors. Any other value indicates an error. This value will always be the same as the number after the "IMPEX-" prefix in Status.code.
Status message associated with the status code. This value will be the same as Status.message. This value will be the same as Status.message.
The name of the log file. This file is located in the 'log' subdirectory of the IMPEX area. This value will always be the same as the detail LogFileName in the returned Status object.
Status object representing the result of the import operation. The status property (Status.status) will be set to 0 if the import executed without any process errors or 1 otherwise. The code property (Status.code) will be set to one of the following values:
IMPEX-0 = The import completed without any process errors.
IMPEX-100 = One or more input parameters given were null.
IMPEX-103 = The given ImportFile does not exist.
IMPEX-104 = The given ImportMode is not supported.
IMPEX-105 = The path of the given ImportFile is invalid, e.g. the path cannot contain "../".
IMPEX-120 = Not able to lock the required resource(s).
IMPEX-121 = Not able to unlock the resource(s).
IMPEX-130 = All XML parsing related errors will cause this error. It could be malformed XML or a problem with the XML parser engine.
IMPEX-170 = Encountered an internal fatal error. Additional information is in the details of the Status object.
IMPEX-171 = System IO error.
IMPEX-172 = System file input stream close error.
IMPEX-173 = System input parameter is invalid.
The status object will always have the following detail:
LogFileName = (String) The log file name in which the import logged all debug, warning, and error messages.
If the import executed without any process errors, the status object will also contain the following details:
DataErrorCount = (Integer) The number of data-related errors that occurred during the import.
DataWarningCount = (Integer) The number of data-related warnings that occurred during the import.
Client code should consult these details to determine whether there were any problems with the data in the import file and take appropriate action. The values can be retrieved using the syntax: "Status.details.DataErrorCount" and "Status.details.DataWarningCount"
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