An import set acts as a staging table to store raw data from an external source.
The import process uses a transform map to add or update data from the import set to an existing Service Now table such as incident or problem.
Any rows that were skipped for this reason are listed in the import log.
From the left navigation menu, go to: System Import Sets Load Data The second step is to create or load an Import Set table by uploading an Excel or CSV file, or from a predefined Data Source.
The first of the new features, conditional formatting, was added yesterday.
For a long time has been the most frequently requested feature for Write Excel but it was always too big a feature to implement in the available time that I had.
With Excel:: Writer:: XLSX you can now add a format like the following: This will result in output like the following, full example here: Excel:: Writer:: XLSX has also been designed differently from Spreadsheet:: Write Excel to allow it to implement some features that previously weren't possible (or at least easy).
There are several ways to do that solving different use-cases.I don't think the problem is on the server side, because when I tried doing a search from another machine, it found the package.I verified that the repo files were correct and that the name I started digging into the webserver logs on the yum server, and didn't find any hits from the IP for the client that couldn't find the files.This was achieved with 30 CPAN releases in almost exactly a year. This gives a fair indication of the disparity of effort required to implement a feature in the pre-Excel 2007 binary xls format as opposed to the new XML based xlsx format.So, from now on, all new features will go into Excel:: Writer:: XLSX and Spreadsheet:: Write Excel will be in maintenance mode only.