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Richard Zuurveld (Richard_Z)
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Pega Lead System Architect
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Richard_Z Member since 2014 3 posts
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Posted: September 12, 2017
Last activity: September 22, 2017
Posted: 12 Sep 2017 5:48 EDT
Last activity: 22 Sep 2017 3:31 EDT
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Locale influences CSV upload to datatype?

We have to upload a CSV-file to fill our datatype on the acceptance environment.
As developers, we only have access to dev and test, which means someone else has to fill the acceptance environment.

On the acceptance environment the file I extracted from Dev, Pega was unable to parse.

Turns out that the user on Acceptance was on a different locale (nl_NL) compared to me (en_EN).
So it seems that on the Dutch locale, Pega requires a semicolon as a separating symbol, on the English local it requires a comma.
After the user switched to the en_EN locale, the upload completed without issues.

Has anyone else encountered this problem or other unexpected behaviour related to Locale settings?
Also, what is the cause of this different behaviour?

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