It's most likely 1 of following items:
- There's already a table in the database called "Applications" that was manually added. If so, remove it. If you can't remove it, then rename the table you're importing.
- Your previous import failed and left the table in the database without creating a reference in the
- The table name
Application could be a reserved name within Xperience. I'd suggest trying to rename the table and try your import again.
- Depending on the type of "table" you're trying to import, if it's a custom table, it would not be named "Application", they follow the naming convention of using a namespace and class name. So if your namespace was "custom" and your classname was "application", your table name would be "custom_application".
To get further information about your process, can you tell me what object you're trying to import? Technically speaking, you cannot import a table directly without it being directly attached to an Xperience object like a Page Type or a Custom Table.