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Pease Help on Importing ASCII Files

Pease Help on Importing ASCII Files

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I have to import adressdata from ASCII files to a SQLBase server because the application based on it dosen´t support an import. How can i do that? Are there any tools out there that support aligning the right fields?

I hope somebody can help me.

Dirk

RE: Pease Help on Importing ASCII Files

You must use the 'LOAD' command in SqlTalk.   Use the 'Help' function to see how it works.  If you are not running SqlTalk you may need devine help.
Come back if you want me to send you the syntax for using 'LOAD' to import an ASCII file.

Steve Leighton
New Zealand

RE: Pease Help on Importing ASCII Files

Use MsAccess with odbc connection to the database with simple VBA code job can be done easily, It works fine.

RE: Pease Help on Importing ASCII Files

Use MSAccess with ODBC connection , with simple vba code job can be done easly .

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