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Crowd CSV import File Location Linux

Hi.

I am trying to import Users in crowd 2.2.2 with CSV-import.

This is documentation for it:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CROWD/Importing+Users+from+CSV+Files

File-Location:

The CSV files must be on the local drive (e.g. C:) of the Crowd server.

But it is not possible for me to locate the user file on a Linux-Server!

I gave full permissions to the files. I tried absolute and relative path. Buth crowd cannot find the files.

What am I doing wrong??


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joe Atlassian Team Dec 09, 2013

> What am I doing wrong??

You have an extra space at the end of the filename, shown betwen the final 'v' and the end quotation mark. Delete it and try again.

OMG - this is really painful.

I am soo sorry - you are right - thank you very much!

I tried 20 different ways but was not able to see the blank at the end......

THANK YOU for opening eyes ;-)

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