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Re: porting data from oracle to mysql
Posted by: manish singh
Date: November 21, 2004 10:05PM

ok
so ill make some minor changes

i havent tried LOAD DATA INFILE. i will have to see what warnings and error messages
does this command throw during a process.
so instead of creating a file with insert statements , ill create just a csv or a tab delimited data file from oracle and load it using the above command right?

Josh , the data type conversion i was talking about was something of this sort
for instance consider the date field. in my oracle tables the dates are of the format
mm/dd/yyyy. now mysql has a format yyyy-mm-dd. now if i get the oracle data
as it is and load into mysql, it shows 0000-00-00 so i did to_char and transformed
the date into mysql format within quotes like '2002-11-11' and loaded into mysql
and it worked fine.

so instead of me transforming the particular data type is there anything in mysql that ca be used?

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