||Re: date conversion for mysql
Akshat Kapoor <firstname.lastname@example.org>
||Fri, 11 Jan 2019 16:22:40 +0530
On 11/01/2019 16:04, Charlie wrote:
> Hi Akshat.. I am using mysql workbench and exporting from dbase to a csv file. Happy to say that the simplest of ideas does indeed work. The dashes appear mysteriously in mysql. Thanks much!!!
> Just curious, but have you ever heard of a (possibly) php script that allows you to convert dbase tables directly into mysql in windows? I've seen linex but not windows.
I have had a very small experience in php hence cannot say.
PHP help groups will be a better option to ask this question.
Importing csv through database administrator would be the easiest option.
There are dbf tools on dBase website for importing and exporting data.
You could try those. There are dbf utilities and sql utilities.
Choose one according to your needs.