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    How do I load a .CSV file into Oracle?

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  • Catching an uncaptured error in SQL

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  • How can I split CSV strings in Oracle 9i?

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  • Can you explain what cluster shared volumes are? Is this a new file system?

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  • Sequence information of mutltiple subforms in one form?

    I have one form embedded 3 subforms. I need to identify which subform is the top of the form because I need to write out the fields value to CSV in subsequently left top to right bottom as user can see on their PC.

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  • CPYFRMIMPF – CSV to flat file. Getting all blank records.

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  • conversion problem

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  • How to match CSV field values in SQL Server 2005

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  • How to convert SQL Server 2008 R2 BPA output into CSV?

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  • Script to extract files information from FTP server

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  • Import AD data from CSV file to 2003 ad

    We have 3500 new ad users. How can we import their usernames, full names, phone numbers, email addresses from a CSV file.

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Schedule SQL job to run and export to CSV file

    Hi. I am trying to create a SQL job to run every hour and export results to a CSV file. I have created the job and scheduled it but can not figure out how to have it create the CSV file. Thanks!

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  • How to create a CSV file in PHP code?

    I need to create a physical CSV file from PHP code. I have many solutions to get the results to print to a screen, but I need a file... any ideas?

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  • Concentrate more than two fields together into one field in SQL

    Say I have 3 columns: 1st name, middle name and last name. How do I merge the 3 columns into one column yet separate the content with commas?

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  • How to know whether the CSV extraction to PF happened today

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