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Bug: importing UTF-8 CSV

brazil posted 4 years ago in Import/Export
I've got some UTF-8 encoded CSV files (with field names in the first line) to import and noticed that when choosing
"ignore first [1] lines" not only the line containing the field names but also one line of data is not imported into the database table.

My workaround is to delete the first line (w/ the field names) in Vim text editor an to tell Heidi not to ignore any lines.

I use Heidi 6.0.0.3603 on Windows Server 2003 running MySQL 5.0 server.

cheers,
Brazil
ansgar posted 4 years ago
Could you try the latest build to see if that is fixed? I recall there was some changed stuff after the 6.0 release. Thanks!
ansgar posted 4 years ago
Did you select "Client parser" or "Server parser" ? Server would mean that this problem was caused by the LOAD DATA command.
brazil posted 4 years ago
I selected "Server Parser" ('cos is the default), ... with "Client parser" it works fine!

The behaviour of r_3659 is exactly the same as with 3603.
brazil posted 4 years ago
btw: heidi does not import if there's an Umlaut (e.g. 'Ü') in the pathname, i get an "file not found" error instead.
ansgar posted 4 years ago
Thanks for the infos. Will fix the path problem then. Server parsing is buggy then? Or is it some broken character in your CSV file?
brazil posted 4 years ago
I guess it's Server parsing as i can not see any errors in my CSV files (all created by Open Office Calc). I've just sent you an e-mail with the CREATE TABLE statement and two fitting (small) sample CSV files for testing.
ansgar posted 4 years ago
Just tested your CSV file with headers after creating the table. Import dialog generates this query and imports 3 rows - which is what the file contains:

LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE 'C:\\Users\\beckera\\Downloads\\BlackMetabase\\BlackMetabase_w-headers.csv' INTO TABLE `test`.`BlackMetabase` CHARACTER SET utf8 FIELDS TERMINATED BY ';' OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"' LINES TERMINATED BY '\r\n' IGNORE 1 LINES (`DocID`, `Title_de`, `Title_it`, `Title_en`, `Title_fr`, `Title_es`, `Text`, `MenuImage`, `Publish`, `PublishStart`, `PublishEnd`, `PublishGroups`, `PublishLang`, `Portal`, `PortalStart`, `PortalEnd`, `Version`, `TimeCreate`, `TimeModify`, `UserCreate`, `UserModify`, `DocType`, `DocImage`, `Users`, `Groups`, `Content`, `System`, `Trash`, `TemplateID`);



Could you please compare the SQL to what your log panel says? Guess there is some different setting in place here.
brazil posted 4 years ago
Will check that in the office tomorrow.

Could it be relevant that the MySQL server (didn't see the wood for trees earlier;-) ist not the local one on the Windows Server? I've also connected HeidiSQL to a remote machine, running MySQL 5.x on debian linux -- an that's the one where i was importing the tables into.
brazil posted 4 years ago
When importing with "Server parsing" i get this:

LOAD DATA LOW_PRIORITY LOCAL INFILE 'D:\\turkei\\BlackMetabase_w-headers.csv' REPLACE INTO TABLE `groupe_tr`.`BlackMetabase` CHARACTER SET utf8 FIELDS TERMINATED BY ';' OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"' ESCAPED BY '"' LINES TERMINATED BY '\r\n' IGNORE 1 LINES (`DocID`, `Title_de`, `Title_it`, `Title_en`, `Title_fr`, `Title_es`, `Text`, `MenuImage`, `Publish`, `PublishStart`, `PublishEnd`, `PublishGroups`, `PublishLang`, `Portal`, `PortalStart`, `PortalEnd`, `Version`, `TimeCreate`, `TimeModify`, `UserCreate`, `UserModify`, `DocType`, `DocImage`, `Users`, `Groups`, `Content`, `System`, `Trash`, `TemplateID`);
/* 2 rows imported in 0,062 seconds. */



switching to "Client parsing" produces:

REPLACE LOW_PRIORITY INTO `groupe_tr`.`BlackMetabase` (`DocID`, `Title_de`, `Title_it`, `Title_en`, `Title_fr`, `Title_es`, `Text`, `MenuImage`, `Publish`, `PublishStart`, `PublishEnd`, `PublishGroups`, `PublishLang`, `Portal`, `PortalStart`, `PortalEnd`, `Version`, `TimeCreate`, `TimeModify`, `UserCreate`, `UserModify`, `DocType`, `DocImage`, `Users`, `Groups`, `Content`, `System`, `Trash`, `TemplateID`) VALUES ('2', 'Quicklist', 'Hızlı Erişim', 'Quicklist', 'Quicklist', 'Quicklist', '', 'rs_tree.gif', '1', '0', '-1', '|3000|', '', '0', '0', '0', '1', '0', '0', '0', '0', 'fol', '', '|', '|3000,3|', '0', 'd', '0', '0'), ('3', 'Trash', 'Geri Dönüşüm Kutusu', 'Trash', 'Trash', 'Trash', '', 'trash.gif', '1', '0', '-1', '|3000|', '', '0', '0', '0', '1', '0', '0', '0', '0', 'trash', '', '|', '|3000,3|', '0', 't', '1', '0'), ('1', 'Infopool DE', 'Infopool TR', 'Infopool EN', 'Infopool FR', 'Infopool ES', '', 'rs_tree.gif', '1', '-1', '-1', '|3000|', '', '0', '-1', '-1', '1', '0', '0', '0', '0', 'fol', '', '|', '|3000,1|', '0', 's', '0', '0');
/* 3 rows imported in 0,234 seconds. */



... all other settings in the import dialog are left to default; tested with r_3659. It's MySQL 5.0.51 (with all current updates) running on the remote debian linux host.
ansgar posted 4 years ago
Hm you have

ESCAPED BY '"'

which is surely the cause here - leave that field blank and you will get 3 rows I'm nearly sure.
brazil posted 4 years ago
Right, when i clear the ESCAPED BY field, all three rows are imported in "Server parsing". I think a blank ESCAPED BY should be the default.

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