Actions are not matching with the header

Actions are not matching with the header

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Mail flow rules (also known as transport rules) include actions that determine what you want to happen to messages that fit the rule’s conditions. You may make a rule that sends messages from specific senders to a moderator or adds a disclaimer or personalized signature to all outbound messages, for example.
Additional properties are usually needed for actions. When a rule redirects a message, for example, you must state where the message should be redirected. Multiple properties are available or needed for certain actions. If the rule adds a header field to the message header, for example, you must state both the header’s name and meaning. You must specify the warning text when the law applies a disclaimer to messages, but you can also specify where the text should be inserted and what to do if the disclaimer cannot be applied to the document. In most cases, a rule may have several actions configured, but certain actions are exclusive. One law cannot, for example, reject and redirect the same letter.

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I had to download all of my active products in order to adjust the value of (Outofstockcontrol) from false to real. I changed the file and saved it as a csv comma del, but when I try to upload it, it says “Actions are Not Matching with the Header.” Any assistance in getting this to function properly will be greatly appreciated. The documentation in the FE manual indicated that the adjustment should be made in the active listing file, which I did.
I had to download all of my active products in order to adjust the value of (Outofstockcontrol) from false to real. I changed the file and saved it as a csv comma del, but when I try to upload it, it says “Actions are Not Matching with the Header.” Any assistance in getting this to function properly will be greatly appreciated. The documentation in the FE manual indicated that the adjustment should be made in the active listing file, which I did.
If you’re on a Mac and don’t save in Windows format, you’ll get this mistake. When you save a file on a Mac, one of the options will be CSV Windows format. You’ll want to make sure the option is selected for the file.

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I’m trying to import opportunities from another Salesforce org that were exported using dataloader.io. The number of columns, as far as I can tell, corresponds to the headers. The brackets “(” were also omitted from the column headers. Could anyone please assist me?
Hi, Peter. Thank you for your post, and I’m sorry to hear that your data load is causing you problems. These errors typically occur when the data you’re loading includes extra quotation marks (‘) or commas (,) that are misinterpreted as field delimiters. When you open the CSV in Excel, it will automatically sort everything into columns, making it relatively easy to see where the issues are. Could you please give it a shot and let us know how you get on? Hot regards, The team behind dataloader.io
HI Mr. David, Thank you for your answer. I reviewed the CSV in Excel and there are no additional quotation marks or commas that I can see. If you have any more suggestions? If you’d like, I will give you the CSV. Greetings, Peter is a man with many talents.
Hello there, everybody! This issue was resolved by me. It has nothing to do with the error “Unexpected error: Number of columns does not fit the header,” which has been published. With this post, Dataloader.io rejects all records with Owner Ids, Last Changed Ids, etc. of users who are not configured as “active.” I recommend that you patch this bug and return the required error message. I had a great experience with your product after resolving this problem. Keep up the excellent job. Greetings, Peter is a man with many talents.

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Hi, everyone: Ok, I’ve been attempting to find this out on my own and am now seeking assistance; my error messages alternate from not getting a proper file name (I’ve tried both.txt to.csv) and now being informed that my Actions do not fit the header. I copied and pasted the headers from the template exactly, and I’m well aware of case sensitivity. I’m doing this for half.com, and there are just about 5 or 6 columns to fill (Action, ProductIDType, ProductIDValue, Title, Description, Quantity, Format, 1), so make sure you open the “offending file” in a text editor to eyeball the format. As the last character, there should be a CARRIAGE RETURN/LINEFEED (the curser should stop on the line following your last data line)
I’m a Mac user, and I had the same issue (“actions not matching the header” error), but I believe I figured it out. I chose “CSV (Windows)” instead of “CSV (comma delimited)” or “Text (tab delimited)” when saving in Excel. As a result, I was able to complete my first good upload.

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