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From:Jay J Date:August 8 1999 5:48am
Subject:Re: Exporting from MS Access
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Why not export to CSV and use mysqlimport or 'load data infile'?

-Jay J
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Georg Steiger <georg@stripped>
To: <mysql@stripped>
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 1999 5:47 PM
Subject: Re: Exporting from MS Access


> I think I found the bug:
> 
> *#!* Access 2000 "forgets" to pass table and column names to the ODBC
> driver. This is how the log looks like:
> -----------------
> SQLExecDirect: SELECT Config, nValue FROM MSysConf
> 
> SQLExecDirect: CREATE TABLE ( varchar(20), varchar(10), varchar(30),
> varchar(15), varchar(15), varchar(30), varchar(30), varchar(15),
> varchar(15), varchar(15), varchar(10), varchar(10), varchar(50),
> varchar(50), varchar(50), varchar(50), timestamp)
> -----------------
> 
> I have already checked the MS Homepage....no bug fix yet :-((((
> 
> Good Night!
> 
> georg
> 
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Exporting from MS AccessGeorg Steiger7 Aug
  • Re: Exporting from MS AccessGeorg Steiger8 Aug
  • Re: Exporting from MS AccessJay J8 Aug