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Oracle SQL Loader - load file where record is composed of “n” delimiters
How would you write a control file for Oracle SQL Loader that treats each record as being composed of 3 commas? I have read the documentation, however I cannot find how to handle this scenario, ...
Apr 14 '12 at 11:03
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