I am trying to figure out how this would work? How does LOAD DATA
figure out when one column begins and another ends when some of the
data are addresses with spaces in them?
On 11/17/06, Dan Nelson <dnelson@stripped> wrote:
> In the last episode (Nov 17), John Kopanas said:
> > I have a text file with over 500K rows of data in it. The problem is
> > that the data is no seperated by commas but instead occupy a certain
> > amount of characters. So for instance:
> > ID 1 -11
> > NAME 12-50
> > COMPANY_NAME 51-100
> > ...
> > How would you parse import this data into mysql?
> Create a table that matches your layout exactly, then
> LOAD DATA ...
> FIELDS TERMINATED BY ''
> FIELDS ENCLOSED BY '';
> It's mentioned in one of the comments at
> Dan Nelson