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                                                   How to import to database from a csv file?

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Obuli Govindaraju
2013-03-27 04:25:54


I know you can export the data from a database to a csv file but is it possible to import from a csv file?

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QuantShare
2013-03-27 10:32:47

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Yes, of course.
Select "Data" in the menu then "ASCII Import".




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