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I would think so. It shouldn't be difficult to try it out in your particular environment.
ok but how would i get the value of the form element ID from the currentrow?
CSV reads in as "column1", "column2", etc etc
Therefore you would need to read the row from the CSV file and treat it as an array of values separated by a delimiter -- obviously a comma in this case. Therefore you would need to know what column the ID value is always in and call it that way.
i.e. ListGetAt(mylist,2) ... if ID was in position #2
ok think i get it, so if i have the csv with 3 columns
Fname, Sname, Phone
how would i get the id for each row?
> ok think i get it, so if i have the csv with 3 columns
> Fname, Sname, Phone
> how would i get the id for each row?
if you do not have an ID column in your csv, or a column which can be
used as ID, then you have to create it at parsing. you can use the
currentrow of csv file as id, for example...