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Importing and Exporting
Data can be imported to a MySQL connection from a file on your machine, or exported and downloaded to you machine.
Import data from a file on your machine into the MySQL connection.
To import data from a csv file, is the
LOAD DATAMySQL command:
LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE "input.csv" INTO TABLE <table> FIELDS
TERMINATED BY ',' ENCLOSED BY '"' LINES TERMINATED BY '\r\n'
In the example above, "<table>" should be replaced with the SQL table to import data into. The other parts of the command are required for CSV-formatted files. If your uploaded file uses different termination characters update the query accordingly.
After running the query, Keeper Connection Manager will prompt you to supply the data file. To upload the file, simply drag and drop it from your machine onto the browser window.
The file uploaded does not have to have the same name given in the query
Data from the connected MySQL database can be exported to a file on your machine. To do this, use the following query:
SELECT <query> INTO LOCAL OUTFILE "<name>.csv"
The result of the given <query> will be put into a CSV file with the given name and downloaded from the browser to your machine.