Managing Proxies Using CSV Files

Manage proxies using CSV files.

Importing Data from a CSV File

Import proxies from a CSV file.
If an error occurs while importing a CSV file, the import process will be terminated. The data which has been imported will be eliminated.

Steps:
  1. Create a CSV file to import data.

    For information on items that can be managed using CSV files, see the CSV format in Presence indicators.

  2. Click the administration menu icon (gear icon) in the header.

  3. Click "System settings".

  4. Select "Application settings" tab.

  5. Click "Presence indicators".

  6. Click the item to import proxies.

  7. On the screen to import proxies step 1/2, select the CSV file created in step 1.

  8. Set the required items for the data to import, and then click "Next".

    The setting fields are as follows:

    • Character encoding:
      Encodes data from a CSV file with the selected character code.
      The following character encoding can be selected:
      • Unicode (UTF-8)
      • Japanese (Shift-JIS)
      • ASCII
      • Latin1 (ISO-8859-1)
      • Simplified Chinese (GB2312)
      • Thai (TIS-620)
    • Skip the first row:
      If the header row contains information other than data such as an item name and a comment, select "Yes".
    Import proxies screen

  9. On the screen to import proxies step 2/2, check the contents in the CSV file, and click "Import".

Exporting Data to a CSV File

Export proxies to a CSV file.

Steps:
  1. Click the administration menu icon (gear icon) in the header.

  2. Click "System settings".

  3. Select "Application settings" tab.

  4. Click "Presence indicators".

  5. Click the item to export proxies.

  6. On the screen to export proxies, set the required items for the exported data.

    The setting fields are as follows:

    • Character encoding:
      Select the character code that you want to use for encoding.
      The following character encoding can be selected:
      • Unicode (UTF-8)
        You can select with BOM as required.
      • Japanese (Shift-JIS)
      • ASCII
      • Latin1 (ISO-8859-1)
      • Simplified Chinese (GB2312)
      • Thai (TIS-620)
    • Include header row:
      To export an item name to the header row of a CSV file, select "Yes".
    Screen to export proxies

  7. Confirm your settings and click "Export".

  8. Save the file with a function provided by your Web browser.