Re: How to Export Database into csv files
Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2008 03:19:30 -0700 (PDT)
On Jun 9, 7:08 pm, yf..._at_vtn1.victoria.tc.ca (Malcolm Dew-Jones) wrote:
> BookerT (ch..._at_mierbo.com) wrote:
> : I am just changing from one database to another (A CRM solution)
> : And in our fact finding, we wanted to test the import function into
> : the new CRM. The import tool can take as input files, sv files, and
> : it will use the first row as the header information to create the
> : equivalent columns in the destination table.
> : So instead of copying and pasting by hand, I figured there was a way t
> : oexport table information to include the column names.
> : On Jun 9, 2:34 pm, BookerT <ch..._at_mierbo.com> wrote:
> : > What is the best way to export any of the following:
> : >
> : > 1. Whole Schema, or
> : > 2. All Tables with Row Header information, or
> : > 3 Individual tables with Header row information
> : >
> : > I opened up access and exported all of my tables into csv files, but
> : > it did not include the column name information.
> : > I am trying to export the 1st row, so that I can import into another
> : > type of database that would recognize the 1st row as the field name
> : > row.
> : >
> : > Thanks
> Are you really sure there is no way in access to "export" the data with
> the column names included? I haven't used access for quite some time, but
> I thought it had that sort of capability if you choose the right options.
> I often plsqldeveloper. In that tool it is easy to query the table,
> select all the rows by clicking on the top-left cell, then right click to
> get all sorts of copy/save/export options. The CSV option saves the data
> including the column names.
> I assume that most such tools have that sort of option if you look in the
> right place in the tool.
I am not SURE, which is why I am posting. So I must be missing something, and I was hoping someone from this post would provide the missing link (Smile) Received on Tue Jun 10 2008 - 05:19:30 CDT