Structural problem: Missing Columns on row 608
Row 608 contains a different number of columns to the first row in the CSV file.
This may indicate a problem with the data, e.g. an incorrectly escaped value, or that you are mixing together different tables of information.
Schema problem: Inconsistent value in column 5
The data in column 5 is inconsistent with others values in the same column.
Context problem: No encoding
The encoding of your CSV file is not being declared in the HTTP response.
We recommend that you configure your server to deliver CSV files with a
Content-Type header of
If you are using a different encoding, then use an appropriate value for the
Structural problem: Assumed header
As there is no machine readable way to tell if your CSV has a header row, we have assumed that your CSV has one.
Structural problem: Non-standard Line Breaks on row 1
Your CSV appears to use
LF line-breaks. While this will be fine in most cases, RFC 4180 specifies that
CSV files should use
CR-LF (a carriage-return and line-feed pair, e.g.
\r\n). This may be labelled as "Windows line endings" on some systems.
Publish and transform your data using DataGraft, either as enhanced CSV or Linked Data.