Why AFSIS fixes the table format in Excel file for uploading
AFSIS designs the website to be real time update. When
the web program directly reads the data in Excel files,
it will transfer each cell of data in Excel to the data
field in the regional database. If someone sends the different
format or misses the location, the program will ignore
and may end up in recording the wrong data.
Can the Focal Point upload other information to the
AFSIS will develop the upload section to receive other
information as well. They could be additional data arising
from the First Workshop on Data Standardization held
in July 2003 in Ayutthaya, Thailand. The other information
can be in various formats such as document (doc) files,
text (txt) files, Excel spreadsheets (xls) files, Portable
Document Format (pdf) files, and images files (gif,
Question : Does AFSIS website set the
limit of file size for uploading?
Since AFSIS website intends to protect any error that
might occur during the uploading, the limit of file
size should be no more than 3 MB. If the Focal Point
would like to upload any file larger than 3 MB, please
contact the webmaster to resize or divide the file before
publishing it in the AFSIS website.
Question : Does AFSIS website display
in other languages, such as Chinese, Japanese, and Thai?
AFSIS intends to use the English version as a common
language for communication. If any member would like
to publish in other languages, the focal point may select
some web page to translate your national language, such
as about AFSIS.