[Spce-user] import billing file

Joan Cifre (ibred) jcifre at ib-red.com
Thu Mar 22 06:40:04 EDT 2012

Hello Klaus thanks for the quick answer.
Then if I want to mean "every call that starts with 101028" what have I 
to include in the first column of the CSV file (destination)?
Now I have the CSV
^101028.*$,Estados Unidos,Estados 
But after import, in the web page appears:


So it does not match, because destination 101028 is an exact number, not 
a regexp!


El 22/03/2012 11:33, Klaus Peter v. Friedeburg escribió:
> Hi Joan,
> here is an example for our import.csv file:
> 00124625 ,international Mobile,Barbados (Mobil) ,0.235166667,1,0.235166667,1,0.235166667,1,0.235166667,1,0
> It works very well.
> You see the import is witout any ^ or .*
> Only the prefix is in the file
> Regards
>            Klaus Peter
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>> Von: spce-user-bounces at lists.sipwise.com [mailto:spce-user-bounces at lists.sipwise.com] Im Auftrag von Joan
>> Cifre (ibred)
>> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 22. März 2012 11:29
>> An: spce-user at lists.sipwise.com
>> Betreff: [Spce-user] import billing file
>> Hello everybody,
>> I have a billing fees CSV file. I import it and the fees imports
>> correctly EXCEPT the destination regex. It does not import the special
>> characters of the regexp. For example, in the file I have
>> ^1198.*
>> And when finish the importation, the fee appears as
>> 1198
>> So the call does not match. Why does the importation of a file remove
>> the ^ and the .* ?
>> Thanks
>> Joan
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