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handling huge data.

handling huge data.

handling huge data.

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hi all

rite now i'm seeking any example on inserting huge amount of data from a CSV format into database.

i'm using php & postgresql.
hope u all can suggest me somethings .

tq

RE: handling huge data.

Hi JJJ777,

You can use the copy to/from command to move date between comma delimeterd files and postgresql tables.  The following link is from the postgres 7.3 document regarding the copy command:

http://www.postgresql.org/docs/view.php?version=7.3&idoc=0&file=sql-copy.html

Also, if the have phpPgAdmin installed it allow the moving of data between CVS files and postgres tables.  If you need the php code for a custom app, you could take a look-see at the phpPgAdmin CVS code since its open source and available for edit.

LelandJ

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