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how to convert multiple excel files with multiple tabs to access,sqllite or any other db that talend knows free

Posted on 2013-06-07
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Hi,

I'm doing a dq project with Talend ,client unloaded huge volume of files from sap to excel ,some tables had 80k rows with multiple worksheets,so I have actually 3 questions:
1.how to convert multiple excel files with multiple tabs to access,sqllite or any other db that talend knows?
2.If it's msaccess , how I configure msaccess 2003 db connection in Talend?
Basically I need some open source ,free utility to convert excell to whatever db format, the nbest wouold be sqllite or msaccess but in case of the latest I need to know how to configure it in Talend.
3. May be there's a way to actually use my "Excel Files" with Talend?
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by:oleggold
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the best option would for Talend to see excel directly but ll the tabs of the workbook, right now I import the workbook but it doesn't see any tables at all
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It is not a problem to import all excel files in some folder to Access DB if structure of sheets is the same. Can you upload some samples? Remove sensitive data before uploading.
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