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Actually, that is a semi-colon separated value file (and I think you meant csv, not cvs which is a version control system). Also, int's and double's wouldn't have quotes. A cvs, or comma separated value, file would look like:
A cvs (!), or comma separated value, file would look like:
What's that quote about correcting others for a mistake you also make
(do as I say, not as I do, iirc)
Anyway, to be serious:
@pliqui : show us a few lines of the actual(!) data file, the SQL cmd/msgs and use a desc cmd on the table.
If you had no errors(!), but no data appears, I'd say you used the wrong table name or schema (db) name.
chrism01, I guess typing cvs and csv so many times made my fingers confused (what's that thing about bedeg aale to rsed sasefkeig as ladg as tke fiast and ladt leasdrs are corsdesct?)
Anyway, pliqui isn't the one w/ the question or the csv (hey, I got it right that time) file, kaplan71 is. However, (s)he doesn't seem to be interested in the thread, so the entire exercise seems moot at this point.
Sorry about the delay in getting back to you all. I am definitely interested in the thread, so if I was not prompt in replying, it was completely accidental.
I was using a web interface to do the job, and that did not seem to work.
The next step was to try the command listed below:
load data local infile '/home/ahk/August2009-1.csv' into table offsite_archive
fields terminated by ','
enclosed by '"'
lines terminated by '\n'
(Backup, TapeID, Description);
The end-result was the following:
Failed to execute SQL : SQL load data local infile '/home/ahk/August2009-1.csv' into table offsite_archive fields terminated by ',' enclosed by '"' lines terminated by '\n' (Backup, TapeID, Description); failed : File '/home/ahk/August2009-1.csv' not found (Errcode: 2)
I am not readily with SQL commands, so I am guessing there is an error with my syntax.
Be aware that the filename is case sensitive. Further, because you're using local, the mysql client looks on the machine on which it's running for the file and it needs to be able to access it (permissions?).
Last edited by Wim Sturkenboom; 09-18-2009 at 11:02 AM.
Sorry i couldn't answer before but had some production problems.
I'm at home right now and don't have the desc of the table, but what i did was an export of the table with phpmyadmin and saved the file as csv. Phpmyadmin allows to change the paramater for the separator, so could be ',', ';','|', etc. the default one is ';'.