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Hi everyone,
I'm having a hard time importing a database or impact assessment methods in a database I created. I followed the manual instructions (and the one in option 2 of this post), but the following error keeps happening, any idea on how to fix it?


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Did you validate both databases beforehand (right-click -> validate) to make sure that none of your databases is corrupt?

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Hi Joris, sorry this is an error with the new openLCA version: https://ask.openlca.org/986/importing-lcia-methods-into-openlca It will be fixed as soon as possible!
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Hi, still me (had to create a new account because the website doesn't want to send me the recovery password email).
I tried the "restore/export in JSON/import" method, it's long, but it's working ;)
Thanks for the answer.
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Indeed, thanks for the update !
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