Useful CSV to MySQL Script

The link below is a great tool we have run into for converting CSV files into MySQL format:
CSV to MySQL Conversion

 

To use the tool, you first need to upload your CSV file to the website. Once your file has been uploaded, you can choose the output format for your SQL statements. You can choose to output the statements in a variety of formats, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle.

 

The tool also allows you to customize the output of your SQL statements. You can choose to specify the field names, the data types, and the order of the fields in your statements.

 

Once you have customized the output of your SQL statements, you can click the "Generate SQL" button to generate the statements. The statements will be displayed in a text box, and you can copy and paste them into your database.

 

The ConvertCSV.com tool is a simple and easy-to-use tool for converting CSV files to SQL statements. It is a great tool for anyone who needs to import CSV data into a database.

 

Here are some of the features of the ConvertCSV.com tool:

 

  • It can convert CSV files to SQL statements for a variety of database platforms.
  • It allows you to customize the output of your SQL statements.
  • It is a simple and easy-to-use tool.

If you need to convert a CSV file to SQL statements, I recommend using the ConvertCSV.com tool. It is a quick and easy way to get the job done.

 

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