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From:Mikhail Berman Date:December 29 2006 4:39pm
Subject:RE: MySQL export to csv
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Hi Alf,


"SELECT INTO OUTFILE 'file_name' [export_options] FROM yourtable" could
of agreat help in your situation

Regards,

Mikhail Berman


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From: Alf Stockton [mailto:alf@stripped] 
Sent: Friday, December 29, 2006 11:34 AM
To: mysql@stripped
Subject: Re: MySQL export to csv

Dwight E Chadbourne wrote:
> If there's only a couple of tables you could just export to CSV per 
> table (phpmyadmin makes this easy).  Simple for the Access user to
import.

Great. In fact there is only one table but I cannot see where in
phpmyadmin the export is done......?

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MySQL export to csvAlf Stockton29 Dec
  • Re: MySQL export to csvDwight E Chadbourne29 Dec
    • Re: MySQL export to csvAlf Stockton29 Dec
      • RE: MySQL export to csvMikhail Berman29 Dec
      • Re: MySQL export to csvDwight E Chadbourne29 Dec