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EDBLDR

Hi,

Here are the steps how to use EnterpriseDB EDBLDR.


Step 1: Create Control file like in Oracle using "sqlldr"

[enterprisedb@localhost bin]$ more csv.ctl

LOAD DATA

INFILE '/tmp/test1.csv'

BADFILE '/tmp/test.bad'

DISCARDFILE '/tmp/test.dsc'

INSERT INTO TABLE test

FIELDS TERMINATED BY ","

(t date)

Step 2: Create/Generate CSV Files like as below

[enterprisedb@localhost bin]$ more /tmp/test1.csv

"10-10-10 10:10:10"

Step 3: Create the required table structure. In this example, we have taken only one column with the table name called test(t timestamp).

CREATE TABLE TEST(T timestamp);

Step 4: Execute the EDBLDR as using the below command.

[enterprisedb@localhost bin]$ ./edbldr -d edb -p 5444 userid=enterprisedb/adminedb control=csv.ctl

NOTICE: the specified DATE mask (dd-mm-yy hh:mi:ssAM) will be ignored by the server

EDB*Loader: Copyright (c) 2007, 2008 EnterpriseDB.

Successfully loaded (1) records


--Dinesh

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