Import Conflicts Found Dialog Box
When the names of items to be imported are the same as definitions that already exist in the definitions database, this dialog box appears. Using the Resolution settings, you can resolve any conflicts and complete the Import operation.
|Pre-existing definition's name
|The name of an existing definition that conflicts with the definition you chose to import.
|Date and time that the pre-existing definition was last modified.
|Importing definition's name
|The name of the conflicting definition that is a candidate for import.
|Date and time that the importing definition was last modified.
Use the following options to resolve conflicts one by one, or to apply a batch solution that resolves all conflicts in a single operation. Choose a resolution for the first reported conflict, and then click OK. If the import file contains another definition conflict, you'll be prompted to resolve it. Repeat the resolution process. After all conflicts have been addressed, pending import definitions are processed based on your selections:
|Overwrite this definition
|Overwrite the pre-existing definition with the settings in the importing definition.
|Overwrite all conflicting writable definitions
|For all conflicting definitions, overwrite the pre-existing definitions with the settings in the importing definitions.
|Duplicate this definition
|Import the conflicting definition and append (import duplicate) to the imported definition's name to distinguish it from the pre-existing definition.
|Duplicate all conflicting definitions
|Import all conflicting definitions and append (import duplicate) to the imported definitions' names to distinguish them from the pre-existing definitions.
|Do not import this definition
|Do not import the conflicting definition.