The XML file is your datafile so it's located wherever you saved it. You
will need to do gunzip it before you can open it in a text editor and read
2008/2/23, Rolf Endres <***@googlemail.com>:
> Hi Derek,
> > hi,
> > "Rolf Endres" <***@gmx.de> writes:
> > > Hi there,
> > >
> > > is it possible to import a CSV file with stock price data into the
> > > database that Price Editor uses? Specifically, I am trying to build
> > > a historical price database of my portfolio, and entering the
> > > individual datapoints by means of the Price Editor is
> > > cumbersome.....
> > I'm afraid that at this time there is no way to import pricedb entries
> > except by hand or the Get Quotes interface.
> > > If so, which file would contain the database, and is it editable
> > > with a text editor or spreadsheet programme?
> > Well, the data file is all XML (albeit gzipped). So you could
> > TRY to format your quotes in the appropriate XML format and then
> > splice it into the file. But no, not a spreadsheet.
> Which file would that be, and where can I locate it? I'd be keen at having
> a go...
> > > thanks,
> > > Rolf
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> > -derek
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