You can provide details for adding new users to the Unified Communications Manager database in the BAT spreadsheet and then convert it in to a CSV data file.
If you enter a blank row in the BAT spreadsheet, the system treats
the empty row as the end of the file and does not convert data that is entered
after a blank line to the BAT format.
After you have finished editing the fields to add users in the BAT
spreadsheet, you can export the content to a CSV formatted data file. A default
filename is assigned to the exported CSV formatted data file:
<tabname> represents the type of input file that
you created, such as phones, and
<timestamp> represents the precise date and time
that the file was created.
You can rename the CSV formatted data file after you save the exported
file to your local workstation. If you enter a comma in one of the fields,
BAT.xlt encloses that field entry in double quotes when you export to BAT
You cannot upload a CSV filename that contains a comma (for example, abcd,e.txt) to the Unified Communications Manager server.
You must upload the CSV data file to the first node of Unified Communications Manager database server so that BAT can access the data file.