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From: Daniel Brown (parasanegmail.com)
Date: Mon Apr 14 2008 - 14:45:05 CDT
On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 3:33 PM, Jason Pruim <japruimraoset.com> wrote:
> On Apr 14, 2008, at 3:29 PM, Daniel Brown wrote:
> > That's because it's attempting to insert the name of the columns
> > from your CSV into MySQL --- and 'Record' is not a valid INT.
> Replaced field name with "0" and had the same end result... Just no error.
> But I get the first row included! Which is just field names and a "0" for
> good measure :)
> Any other ideas Master Brown? :)
> ***Before I get yelled at for not showing respect please note that I know
> Dan from another list and I am allowed to give him crap like this no matter
> what he says :P
I don't know you from Adam, you insignificant little cur! ;-P
Does your file actually have the characters \t \t \n at the end of
each row like that?
Send it to me as an attachment off-list and I'll help you figure
it out and then post back here for the MySQL archives.
</Daniel P. Brown>
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