Is it possible to have a enclosure tab for CSV exports

Bharath Kumar shared this idea 1 week ago
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Hi Team,

We have some requirement to show csv output with enclosures.

Separator ( , or ; or | )

Enclosures ( ‘ ’ or “ “ or | | )

Examples

Case 1

"field1"|"field 2"|"OPERANDO field"|"MICROONDAS ERI"|"TRANSMISION"

Case 2

‘field1’;’field 2’;’OPERANDO field’;’MICROONDAS ERI’;’TRANSMISION’

Case 3

“MTR725 1”,” ’MTR725 AALACRHC”,” OPERANDO”,” MICROONDAS ERI”

Case 4

|ONE|,|MRTSDR|,|19982|,|2309|

I see currently we can only change the separator and input any symbol. But is it possible to have an enclosure tab within the export csv window where we can define a enclosure value?

Thanks,

Bharath

Comments (6)

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Hi Bharath,

Currenty we do not have any options available for an enclosure tab for CSV exports. This might be a good enhancement request. Would you like me to raise this as an Idea for you?

Regards,

Paul

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Hi Paul,

Thanks for the response. Yes, can this be raised as enhancement request and could you also please share the RFE ID.

Regards,


Bharath

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Hi Bharath,

This has now been raised as an idea. If there is any movement on this, I will advise you accordingly.

Your Reference is : YFN-14514

Regards,

Paul

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Hi Paul,

Apart from enclosures issues in CSV formatting, another important issues that we have is…

that CSV export in YF always exports all the field values in the first column of the excel file.

We also need reports in CSV format where individual fields are displayed in separate columns. Kindly do include this feature as well in the enhancement request.

Regards,


Bharath

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Hi Bharath,

Thanks for the info. Do you have any images or something in more detail on this one please as I am not 100% sure what you mean here.

Thank you,

Paul

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Hi Paul,

I have attached a sample report. As you can see the CSV export always exports all the field values in the first column of the excel file. Can there be an option to include

individual fields are displayed in separate columns.

Regards,


Bharath