Allows you to import the pages whose URLs are listed in the ImportFieldOpApplyTo<N> field. Use ImportFieldOpParam<N> to specify the path to the location where the listed pages are stored.
Importing Sites Protected by NTLM Authentication
If Import Module fails to access a site, even though you have configured the login information, the site may require NTLM authentication.
Typically, a Web site using NTLM authentication displays a window for you to enter your user name and password. If the Web site that you cannot access is an internal Web site (such as a company intranet), you can contact your system administrator to determine whether the site uses NTLM authentication. Alternatively, open the Web site using a Netscape Web browser. If you cannot access the Web site using Netscape, the site may use NTLM authentication.
To access NTLM-protected Web sites, set the user name and password with the NTLMUsername and NTLMPassword parameters, respectively.
In this example, the Import Module reads the name of the pages that it should import from the MyField field, and imports each one of them from http://www.mycompany.com/intranet_location/.
In this example, the Import Module reads the name of the pages that it should import from the MyField field, and imports each one of them from http://www.mycompany.com/intranet_location/. The first instance of each field that the pages contain is overwritten by fields of the same name that are subsequently imported. An exception to this is the Content field. The first instance of this field is imported and the contents of subsequently imported content fields are added to the contents of the first imported content field.