I would like somebody to help me write a program that looks like this:
I have many csv files to process now and in the future.
originally I need to make a few changes to each csv file
then each csv file needs to be imported in to a PostgreSQL database
Once the method for doing this is determined I would like to have detailed information on how the program works so that I can understand it myself and perform these actions myself in the future. I know what I want the database table to look like and I know exactly what information I need extracted from each csv table. I just need somebody to give me the method for doing this.
My company receives these csv files from another company and I need to get them in to a PostgreSQL database table so that we can use them in a GIS and combine them with other PostgreSQL tables.
Hi The task you described could be done entirely by SQL queries. It could be run from command line like "[login to view URL]". The other details later. All the best Alexei
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Dear Sir, We have developed many projects to import csv files. We can write you a simple application with nice interface to import csv files into database. Please provide me sample csv files.
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I can write a python program which will read data from CSV file and then place it into tables. Have you decided table names and columns? Also, how many files are there?
Dear Sir, I can help you write program as you desire by C#.NET. I think you need write one service, run at assign time, read file csv and insert into database. ............
Hello, This work won't take a lot of time. I think no more than a few hours. Please, send details of project and examples of CSV file. Best Regards, Vyacheslav
Hello. I manage a team of Cuban developers we can do this for you in a few days with high quality and I also can make you an step by step, beginner tutorial of whatever you need to know or use in the future. Cheers.