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Hi,

I've a csv file and need to upload that data to Oracle Database.
The table already exist and i need to append these data into that existing table.
If append is not possible then also i can manage with insert with new since very less data is existing there.

The Server is at a remote loaction and i've Oracle Client installed on my system.
Is it possible to upload the data using Oracle client ?? ( i donna have a DBA privileges ).
But i can insert the data in the same table available using the Oracle Client.

Please help me out.
Regards
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Question by:aashish_bg
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if you have TOAD (Free download from quest.com) you can do it in the most easy fashion. Otherwise you will have to do it by SQL Loader as stated above.
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