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Well, it does fall within the realms of Google's definition of a soft 404 (highlighting my own): A soft 404 means that a URL on your site returns a page telling the user that the page does not exist and also a 200-level (success) code to the browser. (In some cases, instead of a "not found" page, it might be a page with little or no usable content -- for ...


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I found the solution... They all need to be in one same field as multivalue (separated by commas). For example: Type:New:0,Capacity:69ml.:1,PartNumber:X556D23:2 Hope this can be of help to anyone in the future.


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You can use the CSV import format which is described in this section of the docs: https://docs.dhis2.org/master/en/developer/html/webapi_data_values.html#webapi_data_values_csv You can either upload the file through the user interface from Apps > Import / Export > Data import, then select CSV as format. You can also use the Web API to achieve the same, ...


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What do you mean by " allow access to the .csv"? If you host the file publicly to your server, Google can find it and index it without any issues. That being said, there are ways for you to make sure they find it, such as linking to this .csv file from withing a page or submitting it using an XML sitemap. Do a search on Google for: filetype:csv sunburst ...


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It does seem like it falls under the Google's linked description of a soft 404 by @Docroot. I think in a situation like this, even though we know that these CSV files aren't worth indexing, we might not want to block Google from being able to crawl them because we don't want to hide content from Google so that Google doesn't think there's anything deceptive ...


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There are a few ways that you can do this, the easiest all involve using ODBC drivers for FoxPro and/or Dbase (depending on the version of the dbf and the specific driver). Depending on the number of rows in the tables you could just open up the data in Excel through an ODBC connection and then export the data to CSV. You can also write up export code in ...


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It appears that the PrestaShop CSV import feature is very particular about the file format that it accepts. Here is a website that walks through all of the steps in detail with lots of tips about what can go wrong: http://www.tokyowebdesigns.com/advice/2465/prestashop-how-to-import-a-products-csv-file They also have videos of the process available on ...


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