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From: Gavin Towey (gtoweyffn.com)
Date: Wed Sep 16 2009 - 18:30:59 CDT
Try using LOAD DATA INFILE from the mysql CLI. PMA can often introduce unexpected behavior for export/import.
From: Tim Thorburn [mailto:webmasterathydro.com]
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 2009 7:14 AM
Subject: Importing CSV into MySQL
I'm sure I'm missing something quite obvious here, but the caffeine
hasn't quite kicked in yet. As the subject says, I'm importing a csv
file into MySQL 5.1.36 on WinXP using phpMyAdmin 3.3.2 (Apache 2.2.11
and PHP 5.3.0 should it matter). I've done this many times, however I'm
now getting a strange error regarding a character in my csv file. I've
tried both MyISAM and InnoDB tables (I don't think that would make any
difference) and switching between utf8_general_ci and utf8_unicode_ci
(thought this might make a difference, but sadly no).
The error message I get is |#1366 - Incorrect string value: '\xE8s' when
it attempts to insert the word Radès. I'm using a simple varchar,
nothing really special there. After googling for awhile it seems the
most common option is to use PHP to convert the character into UTF8
format before putting it into MySQL - the problem is some of these csv's
are several hundred mb a piece so I'd much rather simply import than go
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