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On 11/26/2017 at 8:05 PM, wv02CASPIO said:

Hi all, I am a newbie

Trying to import an access 2016 db file I always end in a loop :   clicking 'NEXT' after the message box saying that the file successfuly is uploaded, I get the same message box asking the name of the file to upload.

many thanks for any advice

mvg...

 

 

 

Hi, what is the size of the file? The limit is 150 mb for importing. Also, as far as I know, you can import tables only, macros  cannot be imported.

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On 11/26/2017 at 10:05 AM, wv02CASPIO said:

Hi all, I am a newbie

Trying to import an access 2016 db file I always end in a loop :   clicking 'NEXT' after the message box saying that the file successfuly is uploaded, I get the same message box asking the name of the file to upload.

many thanks for any advice

mvg...

 

 

 

Hi wv02CASPIO,

The file you are trying to import seems fine: https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/importing-data/

Can you try to check the file size if exceeds the 150MB? It is the size limitation of import in Caspio Bridge if exceeded import will not work. 

Here's the list of import/export file size limitation:

Max File Size: import/export
Import 150 MB 
Export 1 GB

Max File Size: upload through DP
Single file upload via DataPage submission 50 MB 
Total file upload via DataPage submission 500 MB 

Max File Size in DataHub
Import 50 MB 
Export 50 MB 

Import unzipped file limitation 
250 MB

 

-Franchiser-

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