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Hello,

Does anyone know how/if possible to append to a csv file in progress.   As it stands now I have a export stream that moves the data from the tmp table to the file.  If the file exists I need to append to it.   I have not been able to accomplish this task.  Please help if possible.

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by:smilieface
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OUTPUT TO <stream> TO <filename> APPEND should work

You may need to test for file existence first!
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Thank You,  could you show me how to check for file existence?  Thank  you again
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Just open the stream append. It should create the file if it doesn't exist if I remember correctly.
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thank you
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