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Old August 21st, 2004, 04:02 AM
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Default read csv file

I want to read csv file (actually it is exported from database) and then do some manipulatation
then enter in my master database.

i dont want ot create any DSN.

Please solve it.
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AFAIK, a CSV file is like a text file. You can read it line by line, split each of those strings at , (comma character) and enter into database.
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You can use FileSystemObject for reading txt/csv files. Read some books or browse msdn site for info on that.

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