Leandro - In your xls file did you provide the function name for the data set you are trying to import ? This is how I usually do with the XLS files 1. Define the function name for the data set 2. Create the ODBC connection for the xls file 3. Use the ECW to generate the XML file 4. Define the data-mapping in Service Desk 5. Run the Data Exchange.
looking at your ini file I notice that you have not defined a source in your "COLUMNS" section. Your example is below, what I think it should look something like is below the line. (Obviously I do not know the name of the source or the attributes you are trying to export, but I hope you get the idea.)
[MONITORESEB1] SOURCE=[MONITORESEB1] ATT=[MONITORESEB1_SEARCH_CODE], [MONITORESEB1_PATRIMONIAL], [MONITORESEB1_NUM_SERIE], [MONITORESEB1_NUM_ENCOMENDA] COLUMNS=[MONITORESEB1].[SEARCH_CODE] AS [MONITORESEB1_SEARCH_CODE], [MONITORESEB1].[PATRIMONIAL] AS [MONITORESEB1_PATRIMONIAL], [MONITORESEB1].[NUM_SERIE] AS [MONITORESEB1_NUM_SERIE], [MONITORESEB1].[NUM_ENCOMENDA] AS [MONITORESEB1_NUM_ENCOMENDA] LOADTABLE=TRUE
I used the ecw to generate the ini file as opposed to what I used to do. Assemblying it by hand.
But it didn't generate the desired effect, but at least the loading problem was solved.
Thank you very much for pointing the lack of the source in the .ini file.