Feature Request: CSV Formatting

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Feature Request: CSV Formatting

Is there a particular reason files have to be semicolon delimited instead of comma delimited when importing data as a CSV? It'd be much easier to work with... and an actual comma seperated value file.

Nathan J. Lichtenstein, PCNSE
Senior Professional Services Engineer
Myriad360

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Interesting, good to know! It could be represented clearer in the graphical interface that it is semicolon delimited and not comma delimited, it's easy to forget! Thanks. N.

Nathan J. Lichtenstein, PCNSE
Senior Professional Services Engineer
Myriad360

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the use of the commas have other uses in the current format - to separate individual objects within a config (such as multiple address for SOURCE or DESTINATION). So unfortunately I do not see the use of the semi-colon as a delimiter to change anytome soon.

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Interesting, good to know! It could be represented clearer in the graphical interface that it is semicolon delimited and not comma delimited, it's easy to forget! Thanks. N.

Nathan J. Lichtenstein, PCNSE
Senior Professional Services Engineer
Myriad360

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