|Import type||The option determines how the data from the disk file are read into existing objects of the application, for example, they overwrite the original data (existing objects), new objects are added, etc.|
Non-existing objects only - If the object already exists with the same name as the object in the file, then it is not imported. If the object doesn't exist, then it is created and imported. Subobjects are imported.
To existing objects only - It is imported only to existing objects (to objects with the same name and type as the objects in the disk file). It is imported into subobjects of these objects also only when they exist.
To existing objects only, don't create subobjects - It is imported only to existing objects. Subobjects are imported also (if they don't exist, then they are created and imported)
Overwrite - If the object exists (its name and type is the same as the objects in the disk file), then it is imported. If the object doesn't exist, then it is created and imported.
Create always new objects - Import always to newly created objects.
Create always new objects with new names - Import alway to newly created objects with newly generated names. If subobjects don't exist, then they are created and then imported.
Remove and create new objects - If the object exists, then delete it first, create a new one and import it. If the object doesn't exist, then create and import it.
Remove objects - Remove objects and its subobjects
Do not import - It does not import.
|Choose configuration||There can be more data for reading in one *.XML file, each set of these data is marked as the configuration and during the reading it is possible to select which configuration is read.|