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Maybe this a really stupid question: but - have you defined the table before trying to
upload the csv-file ? The LOAD DATA procedure I mentioned before assumes that a correctly
defined table (CREATE TABLE tablename (col1,col2,...)) with the correct data types of your
columns exists in the DB.

On Wed, 20 Jan 2016 18:03:15 +0100, Heinrich Stoellinger <> wrote:

Maybe I don't understand your problem, but...
LO lets you store your calc-spreadsheet as a csv-file. I have just tried that out.
The format is just fine for then loading into a table as I described earlier.

On Wed, 20 Jan 2016 17:38:12 +0100, Heinrich Stoellinger <> wrote:

Hello again, Ian,
FIELDS ENCLOSED BY '"' does of course only apply to character type fields
(CHAR, DATE,...), not to numeric values.
mysql command client should read mysql command line client...

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