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Old January 18th, 2007, 02:04 PM
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Well, it looks like the only thing they let you do is import a CSV file into an EXISTING table in their SQL Server. So, correct me if I'm wrong, I'd have to manually create each and every table in their admin panel, and then have a CSV for each of those tables and manually import each CSV into each table I created, yes? That ios crazy. Looks like I need a new host.

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I can't say for sure. For example, on my development machine I have a copy of Query Analyzer and Enterprise Manager that connect to our SQL Servers; through Enterprise Manager I can import databases from other file formats without having to create all the tables, creat CSV's, etc.

As I have said, I do not know how GoDaddy works but if that is what Tech support is telling you, then yes.

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