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Re: Importing customers

We are waiting on one requirement for feature freeze, so we may
release an early beta as early as next week.

The new cli script wrapper is going to be a light-weight way of
scripting repeatable tasks.  There is an outline in SVN now, but it is
missing some important features (like loops).  I expect to have many
of these implemented tonight.  The CLI wrapper is standalone and could
be used with slight adaptations (to the scripts, and script wrapper)
for 1.1 and earlier.

Unfortunately until the API gets more stable, the scripts may have
some portability issues when going from one version to another.  These
will be documented as we move foreward. however.

I will keep you posted.

Best Wishes,
Chris Travers

On 11/1/06, Charley Tiggs <..hidden..> wrote:
Chris Travers wrote:


> Needless to say, this doesn't work well for bulk imports :-)  For 1.2,
> I am working on a new CLI script host that may be more helpful.  It
> will be experimental for the 1.2 code and plans are to formalize it
> for 1.3.  This will be noticeably better, but will still leave a lot
> to be desired.

Can you give a rough ETA on 1.2 (3 weeks, 3 months)?  The app I'm
working on won't be deployed until mid to late December. I have about
300,000 legacy transactions to get into LSMB.  Like you said, bulk
imports just isn't going very well and the sample SL import scripts
don't appear to work with my data.

 From all I've read, there are some very cool things happening with the
CLI interface in LSMB that I'm very interested in.  I don't have the
knowledge of Perl to assist in actually moving this along but I'm more
than willing to test.  Just tell me how to get started.  :)


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