Import Dbf to MySQL Automaticaly (like a DTS in SQL)

Hi, I need some help, sorry but my english is not good...
weel.. I´ll try to explain... I must publish a database in the web and I´am using MySQL, the source are Dbf files...And needs to be refreshed whit the latest rows.
I need a program that schedule that job, and I have no idea which I have to use...
Please, HELP MEEEEEEEE!!!!!!! :-(
Thanks
Leandro  
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SqueebeeCommented:
Can you schedule the output of the rows to CSV? If so, you can schedule the input of the rows from CSV.
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doryllisCommented:
I would suggest an export from your original file format to a delimited form (something where there is a separating character between each field in a simple ASCII-type file) .  I prefer to use the | (pipe) character if there is any chance of commas in your data. MySQL automatically assumes that the delimiting character is a tab.

Once you have your data file, you can use MySQL LOAD DATA INFILE syntax to pull in the delimited file.

From a MySQL prompt

LOAD DATA INFILE '/localpath/filename.txt'
   INTO TABLE table_name
   FIELDS TERMINATED BY ','  --This line can be changed to indicate whatever your field delimiter is.

If all of the data in your file fits the table name then your fine.  Otherwise, if you run into problems you can fool around with the text file itself and see if there are loose characters around.  There are also more options available for the LOAD DATA INFILE command.

Good Luck,
Dory
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