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I had the same problem and always got the message "CSRF-Token mismatch" when trying to login. After some investigation I found out, that our server hard disc was totally full. Getting some free space made the login working without problems.
@kelv1n , @langelange it's confusing because all the logic is present on i-doit except the render of qr codes in gui, but it is a pro feature. However, you can switch to barcodes in Administration > System settings > Tenantsettings.
In i-doit 1.12.2 we introduced a new licensing logic - unfortunately we forgot two places where to strip the code for our OPEN release. This will be fixed with the upcoming Version 1.12.3 in about three weeks.
Just noticed that the import csv was only available on the pro version. I think it would be nice to add this mention to the KB: https://kb.i-doit.com/display/en/CSV+Data+Import as I suspected something like that and expected to find a mention is the article.
in the global search you can search for IP address or part of IP address as a text.
So searching for "192.168.2." will show all entries with IP addresses starting with it.
Of course, the search will also find entries with that text in other fields like description.
For specific lists, reports might be better for you.
I am actually able to see the excel files in the import folder on the server but they are not imported on the UI. Please help to resolve i need to import a lot of excel data.i have converted excel to .csv format with UTF-8 already
[root@localhost etc]# cd /var/www/html/i-doit/imports
[root@localhost imports]# ls
2018_09_24__Server (1).csv 2.txt.csv 2.xml.csv ExportList.xml PZ_ndinf-pvvcs001_VM_List.csv qcw
2018_09_24__Server.csv 2.xls.csv 3.csv HCE_VM_List_ExportList(NOT A COMPLETE LIST DUE TO PERMISSION ISSUE).csv PZ_ndinf-pvvcs001_VM_List.xml scripts
2018_09_25__Client.csv 2.xml ExportList.csv pune-nyadav01-1031405.xml PZ_svinf-pvvcs001_VM_List.csv