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    Angry Exporting and Importing FMS data - CSV?

    HI folks,

    SIMS aren't being helpful and neither is the IT department in my school. Both are saying that it's 'impossible' but I have heard that it isn't impossible.

    What I need to do is take our existing asset inventory (in *.CSV) and import it into SIMS FMS to comply with our federation's guidelines. We currently just have spreadsheets and this "isn't good enough" according to our new federation. IT tell me that we need to start from scratch - but that would mean re-entering serials, purchase prices, etc, etc... all over again.

    So, can you tell me if it is possible to import our inventory in CSV format to SIMS FMS?

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    Right folks, I have found that the answer is yes. You can import a CSV of data into FMS.

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