Importing values into a CVL (more than one language)

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    Dany Raymond

    I tried and the Key column does accept spaces. If I remember, inRiver reduced restrictions "slightly" before Erik van Zuijdam comment. I guess they just forget about updating this page.

    What seems to be an up to date page about those restrictions is: https://community.inriver.com/hc/en-us/articles/360012339693

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    Erik van Zuijdam

    "Check that the Key column doesn't contain space (for example, write UnitedKingdom rather than United Kingdom)."
    Why is the interface (modelling tool) accepting spaces in the CVL keys if that is not allowed?

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    Dany Raymond

    Google Spreadsheet users (exporting as xlsx): Many UI features seems to break the inRiver import (Fixed header, background colour, text orientation, format (including switching from auto to raw or the other way), true/false, .... Using the clear formatting doesn't seem to always work.

    So if you end up with an issue, try to create a new file without any style, copy your columns/data and paste them as raw in the new file.

    LibreOffice (exporting as xlsx): I could use formatting features and inRiver would import the file without an issue.

    (https://community.inriver.com/hc/en-us/articles/360019399913/comments/360002562379)

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