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I am trying to import the latest openLCA methods pack (v.2.0.3), which is not a zolca file but a JSON-LD file (.zip). When I use the import tool inside the open database in openLCA, I select the "Linked Data (JSON-LD)" option. Then in the directory selection screen, the .zip file is greyed out, and I cannot select it to import. What am I doing wrong? Thanks for your help.

(using openLCA v. 1.7.4 on a Mac)
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Hi Nicole, I will forward this information to out developers. I do not know why the *.zip file is greyed out. In the meantime however, as a workaround, the openLCA LCIA method package 2.0.3 is also available as a *. zolca file on nexus.openLCA.org. You can import it into your existing database via import entire database. I hope this helps! Please let us know.

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Hi Nicole, what exactly do you mean with "it failed"? Did you receive an error (and error log)? ... or is the file just greyed-out? A *. zolca file?
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Hi Jonas, when I go to import that particular LCIA methods pack (1.5.7updatedCED), it “thinks” for a minute, and then the process just stops without any announced error message. There's no option to attach the log file in this comment box, but I can send it via email. In the log, there is a line that says "WARN" and the message is "no connection pool set up for jdbc:derby:/var/folders/t7/c94c0vkx1_9298jcvymz9q_n8xj4jh/T/08be5273-c3f5-45d9-bb83-d9fcea31d348"

I was able to access an older version of that methods pack (1.5.7) from a colleague and had no issue importing it...
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Hi Nicole, that is indeed strange. I was able to do both ... restore the 'openlca_lcia_methods_1_5_7_updatedCED.zolca' file as well as to import it into an existing database. If you want, you can send me your log file and I will see what I can do.
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