000030210 - How to Data import - Chinese, Japanese or Korean from a CSV file into RSA Archer

Document created by RSA Customer Support Employee on Jun 14, 2016Last modified by RSA Customer Support on Sep 9, 2019
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Article Number000030210
Applies ToProduct Set: RSA Archer 
RSA Product/Service Type: Data Import
RSA Version/Condition: 5.x, 6.x
IssueArcher - Data import - Chinese, Japanese or Korean.
  1. Open the *.xlsx file from MS Excel 
  2. Click menu > Save As (Other Formats) 
  3. Put any name for the file and choose "Unicode Text (*.txt)" for "Save as type :" and Click Save 
    [ MS Notepad ] 
  4. Open the unicode text file using Microsoft Notepad. Some characters can appear as a box, however, this is because Notepad cannot display some unicode characters, so you can ignore this at this point. 
  5. It must be the tab delimitered file. Replace tabs with comma(","). 
    - Select tab character by dragging the character between two column headers and press ctrl+c 
    - Replace all tab characters with comma using Replace function (ctrl+H) 
  6. In notepad, Click Save As 
  7. Put a filename and change Encoding: to "UTF-8
  8. Change the file extension from "*.txt" to "*.csv" by adding .csv at the end of the file name. 
  9. Click Save. The file icon should be changed to MS Excel now. If it is not changed, check Windows Folder options. (Windows Start menu > Control Panel > Folder Options > View tab > uncheck "Hide extensions for known file types"). This will show the file extensions. Try changing the file extension again. 
    [ MS Excel ] 
  10. Open this CSV file from Excel and verify if the data is okay. 
    *** Even if you find any problem in this step, you should NOT save the file from Excel. It will cause the encoding problem!! Just check the data only in Excel. If you see a data problem at this stage, fix the data from the original spreadsheet and repeat the steps again. Or, you can change it from Notepad but should ensure that the file is saved as UTF-8 format. 
  11. Now it's ready. You can use this CSV file for importing to Archer.