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Read huge Excel file: Read excel file of min 43MB and export values to MySQL

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Read huge Excel file

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by Roddy - 3 years ago (2015-09-14)

Read excel file of min 43MB and export values to MySQL

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I have a huge Excel file that I should turn in MySQL tables.

The script should run on Linux and Windows.

Data can be exported as array, JSON, or MySQL tables, any of the three are perfect for me.

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eiseXLSX: Read and write Excel spreadsheets in XLSX format

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by Larry Wakeman Reputation 140 - 3 years ago (2015-09-21) Comment

Does a good job reading Excel 2007+ spreadsheets.

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  • 1. by Manuel Lemos - 3 years ago (2015-09-23) Reply

    It can read Excel files but that is half of the requested jobs.

    Hopefully it can work return cell data so another package can insert it in the MySQL database.


Quick CSV import: Import CSV data into a MySQL database table

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by Manuel Lemos Reputation 17585 - 3 years ago (2015-09-21) Comment

I do not think there is exactly a class that exports Excel files in the native format to MySQL.

But if you can export Excel tables to the CSV format, you can use this class to import them into MySQL.

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  • 3. by Ken Schick - 3 years ago (2015-09-25) in reply to comment 2 by Manuel Lemos Reply

    Yes, you can phpmyadmin. It has csv import function.

  • 4. by Zhao - 3 years ago (2015-10-05) in reply to comment 2 by Manuel Lemos Reply

    Yes, CSV is a best choice for you.


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