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import mysql database from sql file

I have a .sql file, and I want to import data from that file to my mysql database (somthing like phpmyadmin import data function)

How i'm gonna do that?
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huy302
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vmythCommented:
BigDump will help you.
http://www.ozerov.de/bigdump.php
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mattjp88Commented:
not a PHP app, but pretty cool app I found in my searches: http://www.navicat.com/ .  Not free, but seems to be worth the cost.

-Matt
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str_kaniCommented:
yes you can easily import this using phpmyadmin...
1) select the import option
2) open the sql file in your favourite editor
3) copy and paste the sql commands from your editor into the textarea in the import option
4) or specify the sql in the import option and click go...

5) that's it.
let me know if you need more help using phpmyadmin. :)
Good luck!
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Richard QuadlingSenior Software DeverloperCommented:
Or ...

<?php
$s_SQL = file_get_contents($s_your_sql_file_name_here);
$r_conn = mysql_pconnect($s_server, $s_username, $s_password) or die('Could not connect : ' . mysql_errno() . ':' . mysql_error());
$r_results = mysql_query($s_SQL) or die('Could not execute query : ' . mysql_errno() . ':' . mysql_error());
mysql_free_results($r_results);
?>

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huy302Author Commented:
sorry I didn't state myself clearly but, I mean using PHP code to import data, not using programs to do it
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Richard QuadlingSenior Software DeverloperCommented:
Well. The PHP code I supplied would do that.

I use MSSQL. I have an old Sage Retrieve 4GL DB which I need to convert to SQL server for offline reporting.

I have a PHP script which converts the Sage DB to a SQL database, extracts all the data and then pushes the whole lot into SQL server.

All using PHP.

This is a snippet.

// Connect to the SQL Server.
      if (!in_array('VALIDATE', $argv))
            {
            $rConn = mssql_connect('richardquadling','sa','sa') or die("Unable to connect to the master database server.\nMicrosoft SQL Server Error : " . mssql_get_last_message() . "\n");
            $sCreateDB = str_replace("
GO

",";

", file_get_contents('./TripleC.SQL'));
            mssql_query($sCreateDB, $rConn) or die("Unable to create the database.\nMicrosoft SQL Server Error : " . mssql_get_last_message() . "\n");
            mssql_close($rConn);
            $rConn = @mssql_connect('richardquadling','KPI_User','KPI_User') or die("Unable to connect to the database server.\nMicrosoft SQL Server Error : " . mssql_get_last_message() . "\n");
            @mssql_select_db('TripleCDataConversion',$rConn) or die("Unable to connect to the database.\nMicrosoft SQL Server Error : " . mssql_get_last_message() . "\n");
// Handle additional SQL.
            mssql_query("CREATE VIEW dbo.Distributor_CasingsReceived_CasingsAccepted AS SELECT TOP 100 PERCENT CT.DistributorCode, DI.Name, DI.AddressLines_1, DI.AddressLines_2, DI.AddressLines_3, DI.AddressLines_4, DI.Postcode, CT.TicketPeriod, COUNT(TC.IOCCode) AS CasingsReceived, COUNT(TC.AcceptCode) AS CasingsAccepted FROM dbo.CollectionTickets CT INNER JOIN dbo.TicketCasings TC ON CT.UniqueID = TC.ParentID INNER JOIN dbo.Distributors DI ON CT.DistributorCode = DI.DistributorCode WHERE (TC.IOCCode <> 'N') GROUP BY CT.DistributorCode, DI.Name, DI.AddressLines_1, DI.AddressLines_2, DI.AddressLines_3, DI.AddressLines_4, DI.Postcode, CT.TicketPeriod ORDER BY CT.DistributorCode, CT.TicketPeriod", $rConn) or die("Unable to process additional SQL - CREATE VIEW dbo.Distributor_CasingsReceived_CasingsAccepted.\nMicrosoft SQL Server Error : " . mssql_get_last_message() . "\n");
            mssql_query("CREATE VIEW dbo.TTL_Casings AS SELECT TOP 100 PERCENT CT.TicketNumber, CU.HeadOfficeCode AS CustomerHeadOfficeCode, CT.CustomerCode, DI.Name AS DistributorName, CT.TicketDate, CT.TicketPeriod, TC.CasingSizeCode, TC.MakeCode, TC.SerialNumber, TC.IOCCode, TC.AcceptCode, TC.RejectCode, TC.VehicleNumber, TC.MinTreadDepth, TC.MaxTreadDepth, CASE Regroove WHEN 1 THEN 'Yes' ELSE 'No' END AS Regroove, CM.Description AS CommentDescription, TC.StudLocation, TC.GroupCode FROM dbo.CollectionTickets CT LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.Customers CU ON CT.CustomerCode = CU.CustomerCode LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.Distributors DI ON CT.DistributorCode = DI.DistributorCode LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.TicketCasings TC ON CT.UniqueID = TC.ParentID LEFT OUTER JOIN dbo.CommentCodes CM ON TC.CommentCode = CM.CommentCode WHERE (CT.CustomerCode = '198') ORDER BY CT.TicketDate, CT.TicketNumber, TC.CasingSizeCode", $rConn) or die("Unable to process additional SQL - CREATE VIEW dbo.TTL_Casings.\nMicrosoft SQL Server Error : " . mssql_get_last_message() . "\n");
            }

So, yes, you CAN use PHP code to completely build your DB. The SQL script I have is like the script produced by MSSQL when you ask it to dump the DB ...


/****** Object:  Database TripleCDataConversion    Script Date: 02/02/2006 10:02:30 AM ******/
use [master]
IF EXISTS (SELECT name FROM master.dbo.sysdatabases WHERE name = N'TripleCDataConversion')
      DROP DATABASE [TripleCDataConversion]
GO

CREATE DATABASE [TripleCDataConversion]  ON (NAME = N'TripleCDataConversion_Data', FILENAME = N'D:\Data\SQL 2000\MSSQL\Data\TripleCDataConversion_Data.MDF' , SIZE = 1024, FILEGROWTH = 10%) LOG ON (NAME = N'TripleCDataConversion_Log', FILENAME = N'D:\Data\SQL 2000\MSSQL\Data\TripleCDataConversion_Log.LDF' , SIZE = 20, FILEGROWTH = 10%)
 COLLATE Latin1_General_CI_AS
GO

exec sp_dboption N'TripleCDataConversion', N'autoclose', N'true'
GO

exec sp_dboption N'TripleCDataConversion', N'bulkcopy', N'false'
GO

exec sp_dboption N'TripleCDataConversion', N'trunc. log', N'true'
GO

exec sp_dboption N'TripleCDataConversion', N'torn page detection', N'true'
GO

exec sp_dboption N'TripleCDataConversion', N'read only', N'false'
GO

exec sp_dboption N'TripleCDataConversion', N'dbo use', N'false'
GO

etc...

So. All in code.
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