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Problem with Excel upload

Hello everyone,

I'm encountering issues while attempting to import an Excel file into a table.



,"General error","Type=Microsoft.Dynamics.Integrator.Exceptions.IntegratorClientException, Msg=Unable to parse import file 5662e6f6429341348f36a490dbbeb015_AdditionalLocations.xlsx Error details PQOnline failure - Type=System.Net.WebException, Msg=The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request."


Thank you in advance!


Advocate I
Advocate I

I am also on lesson 16 and had the same issue. I changed the file type to .csv and it uploaded for me.

New Member

Experiencing the same issue mentioned in previous comments

New Member

@mksdesign .csv worked for me too 

Thank you for this. I tried it and it worked. 

Does this happen when you try to import the Maintenance Logs file or the Additional Locations file? I am having the same issue with the Maintenance Logs, the other one worked fine after converting the file to .csv format as suggested in the chat. 

Helper I
Helper I

My issue is with the Additional locations file.... it shows successful but when I try to import it, I get the error. 

Thank you so much Elona that worked. 

Helper I
Helper I

Hello guys,


I am also stuck here.


I will be checking to see if  solution has been found.


Good luck!

Helper I
Helper I

Thank you for the suggestion of converting to .csv file. That worked.

Regular Visitor

I confirm, conversion from .xlsx to .csv worked. Thanks!

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