Thank you for your post.
How are you connected to an Oracle Database? Are you trying to import directly into the Oracle database? Are you using SQL to import the Excel file? If the import summary dialog box is saying all records were skipped, then try importing the Excel file into a new table and see if any field values are ignored/skipped.
FileMaker Pro will not do any logging on a failed import. The only logging that FileMaker Pro performs is with Instant Web Publishing.
Thanks for the response.
I'm using the Actual Technology drivers. Yes, I'm trying to import directly into the database.
I can import into a new local table fine. I just get errors when I try to import records into the existing tables in the oracle database. I don't have the power to create new tables in the database. The database was set up by our IS department; I'm also trying to work with them to troubleshoot this. If you have any suggestions, I'd appreciate it.