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Excel to Database form

Thread began 7/06/2009 9:57 am by mustang_sally_85344510 | Last modified 7/06/2009 1:11 pm by mustang_sally_85344510 | 2352 views | 2 replies |


Excel to Database form

Was wondering if anyone could give me a a suggestion on HOW to craft a form, where the user can upload a Excel csv sheet and have it insert into the database? Any help would be appreciated.! :)

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Ray BorduinWebAssist


You would probably use Digital File Pro to upload the .csv to your server.

Then you would have to write php to open and parse the uploaded file and create an array of values.

Then you could use dataAssist insert to insert the first record in the array.

Then go back and add a loop around the insert to insert for each item in the array instead of just inserting once.

That is one way anyway.

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thank you

thank you~! :)

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