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Large imports and phone numbers

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I have two nice questions in one here.

Having had a CVS dump sent to us (the only method possible), we have a large
19MB chunk to import into a table.

However, JET says it can't find the file. I can only attribute this to file
size.

If there any way to import this amount of data?

I am currently in the process of writting a small script to split the file
down into 10,000 line chunks, however, at over 1,220,000 records, it will be
rather detius to do the import.

Once imported, I will create a copy, and use queriy later to perform any
data changes, coz, I aint re-importing it.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Does your file have a .txt extension?
Jet seems to "see" those better.

HTH
- Turtle

"Philip Richardson" <th**@that.com> wrote in message
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I have two nice questions in one here.

Having had a CVS dump sent to us (the only method possible), we have a large 19MB chunk to import into a table.

However, JET says it can't find the file. I can only attribute this to file size.

If there any way to import this amount of data?

I am currently in the process of writting a small script to split the file
down into 10,000 line chunks, however, at over 1,220,000 records, it will be rather detius to do the import.

Once imported, I will create a copy, and use queriy later to perform any
data changes, coz, I aint re-importing it.

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