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SQL Anywhere 12.0.1 » SQL Anywhere Server - SQL Usage » Remote data and bulk operations » Data import and export » Data import

 

Import data with the LOAD TABLE statement

Use the LOAD TABLE statement to import data residing on a database server or a client computer into an existing table in text/ASCII format.

You can also use the LOAD TABLE statement to import data from a column from another table, or from a value expression (for example, from the results of a function or system procedure).

The LOAD TABLE statement adds rows into a table; it doesn't replace them.

Loading data using the LOAD TABLE statement (without the WITH ROW LOGGING and WITH CONTENT LOGGING options) is considerably faster than using the INPUT statement.

Triggers do not fire for data loaded using the LOAD TABLE statement.

 Considerations for materialized views
 Considerations for text indexes
 Considerations for database recovery and synchronization
 Considerations for database mirroring
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