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Command Line Import, "Could not import source" "Could not read source"

Ahoy all,

I'm using the command line for importing, using this process, http://docs.collectiveaccess.org/wiki/Data_Importer#Running_a_data_import.

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I'm able to import the mappings, but I get the error in the screenshot when I'm trying to import data.  I tried two different file formats, as you can see.  The directory is correct, as it was able to see the mapping xml files, and I checked file permissions as well.  Screenshot -> https://i.imgur.com/cRGWNib.png

Any idea what the problem is?  There is no log file created during the process either, I guess because it doesn't actually start.

Thanks,
Dave

Comments

  • Instead of "/project"  the file path should just start out with "project" because we are already in the support folder.  Boy, was I thinking too hard about this...  :)
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