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I have a simple spreadsheet (only 2 columns) that I need imported into a mysql database. I can convert the spreadsheet into whatever format I need to (comma delimited), but I need the mysql commands that will import it. Does anybody know how to do this?
Is it free to Bundle the MySQL Community Edition within our Product or along with our Product CD/DVD? Do we need expose the source of whole application software or product to the community? Our product is our main bread/butter of the company. Let me know what options are avaliable and how to do it.