douchun5969 2013-03-21 06:02
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I'm using a script that I found online to import CSV file into MySQL: but when the script detects a comma in an address like this My address, CO 80113 in a cell, it also splits there as well.

I've seen a solution where you can save from excel to a Tab Delimited txt file. Then you go into notepad and replace the tabs with semicolons.

Is this the best practice for "fixing the comma in the address" issue?

My end goal is to take a CSV file from Highrise full of hundreds of clients into our MySQL database, then make updates every couple of months so this seems to be a decent script but am I going at this the wrong way?

EDIT : It appears that the part of the PHP code that splits up the cells is this

while ($data = fgetcsv($handle,1000,",","'")); 
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  • duanmi4379 2013-03-21 07:16

    If you use comma as column separator, then you should quote all string field values, e.g. -

    1,'My address, CO 80113'
    2,'His address, CO 80114'
    4,'Her address, CO 80115'
    and so on

    Try to use LOAD DATA INFILE statement with FIELDS ENCLOSED BY '\'' option.

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