The CSV Data Source Wizard allows you to create a new or edit an existing CsvDataSource component based on several settings. After the wizard appears you have to perform the following steps:
Choose a CSV Source
Choose between file or inline string
Configure the Separators
Check at least one separator from each list. Check the consecutive field/record separators option (or both) if empty fields/records have to be omitted.
Note that if the same symbol, for example semicolon, is selected for both field and record separators this is not considered to be a valid CSV format. A warning will be displayed and moving forward will not be possible.
Choose the Escape format that is most suitable for the CSV document. If Quotes or QuotesMixed is checked the Quote option also must be configured. If the CSV document has comments enter the symbol which marks the start of a comment. If nothing is set the document is considered to not have comments.
For more information regarding the Escape formats please check CsvDataSource Escape Formats.
If the CSV document has a header row check the checkbox.
Map Columns to Types
Choose the data type for each column. Set the number (decimal and thousand separators) and date formats for the CsvDataSource. In case the CSV document does not have headers, the column names could be edited directly in the grid, so your data set fields would have meaningful names.
Preview Data Source Results
Preview the result set returned by the data source.