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How  could I import an Excel 2010 xlsx file into a Sybase table using DBArtisan 9.1.2 ?

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I am working with Sybase using DBArtisan. 9.1.2.

Are there different ways to import an Excel 2010 file into a Sybase table?

If so, what steps would I take to populate a Sybase table with an Excel xlsx file?
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Which Sybase product? They have several database products and the answer would be different for each.
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Ase Client with version 15.0.2
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I see from your other question you're running into issues with column names. I was going to suggest the Data Import Wizard if it is important to do this via DBArtisan.

The main issue with delimited data is if the delimiter character(s) appear(s) anywhere in the data itself. If you're certain that no commas appear anywhere then CSV is usually safe.

I personally wouldn't use DBArtisan or any other third party tool for this myself as they all just implement the free built-in Sybase "bcp" utility... so I'd just go direct to that. It's well documented in the (free) Sybase manuals.
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