Upload a table to 1010data.
Before you begin, ensure the data is in a file format that 1010data can read. For
more information, see Supported file formats
In the Folders and Tables browser, select the folder where
you want to upload your table.
You can only upload tables to folders you own (
) or have permission to modify (
On the Folders and Tables toolbar, click the
Upload icon ().
1010data displays fields related to the table beneath the toolbar.
In the Title text box, enter the title of the
The title is used to help describe the contents of a table (e.g.,
Sales Detail by Customer
). The title may contain
any combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, spaces, and
special characters. If you leave this field blank, a system-generated title
will be used (e.g., Uploaded 2014-01-02
Note: If you specify a table title within the
file you are uploading (e.g., <title>Sales
Item Detail</title> in an XML file), it will override
the value you enter in the Title box.
In the Full Path text box, enter the table name.
The table name must begin with a letter and can only contain numbers,
letters, and underscores. It cannot contain any spaces or other special
characters. If you leave this field blank, a system-generated name will be
used (e.g., t662528755_yourusername
). The path
to the parent folder will be automatically prepended to the Full
Note: If you are uploading to the My
Data folder, the path uploads will
be automatically prepended to the Full Path, and
a system-generated table name will be used (e.g.,
will not be able to enter anything into the Full
Path text box.
You will be prompted to choose a file.
Click Choose File and select the file containing the
table you wish to upload.
See Text file format
and XML file format
for details on
what the contents of this file may be.
Note: Even though you can upload an
XML file in the user interface, 1010data recommends using the
addtab transaction in the 1010data API
After the table has been successfully uploaded to 1010data, you can share the table
with other 1010data users.