CSV importing error, issueType=10001

I'm currently trialling JIRA & Agile and am trying to replicate an existing project being used on a different system. To get me started, I have created a csv import with a small number of fields and entries:
Summary,Issue Type,Description,Label,Attachment,Column,Project

However, it brings up an error 

ExternalIssue{externalId=autoid-1234567891234567891, summary=ABCD, issueType=10001}

How do I fix this? 


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That message simply states the fields and their values. Could you grab us a screen shot of what error you see on screen? Do you see any warnings and whatnot?


Could you paste a bit more informations from your warning message/log file. The message ExternalIssue{externalId=autoid-1234567891234567891, summary=ABCD, issueType=10001} is not an error/warning.

Thanks. I figured it out. The Issue status was being rejected - assume it was because it should have been CAPS. The error information on the screen was what was shown but the in depth report showed this information once you dug deep enough. Certainly makes you work to find this out though! 

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