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PDHCSV40EasternDaylightTime240,ERWWCOMMUNITIES.MemoryPagesPERsec,ERWWC +OMMUNITIESNetworkInterfaceEthernetAdapterModuleBytesTotalPERsec,ERWWC +OMMUNITIESNetworkInterfaceEthernetAdapterCurrentBandwidth

In the original data, some of the headers have periods in them. This causes SQL error, so I've been stripping them in a preprocessing program. I'm trying to stream line this, and get rid of the preprocessor.

To test this I've been adding a period in one of the fields. Thats when I get the error. I have inserted a period in the second header value to simulate what I am trying to strip.

20050807 Janitored by Corion: Made page-widening code wrap (only multiline code wraps)


In reply to Re^8: Pre-process csv files before using by DrAxeman
in thread Pre-process csv files before using by DrAxeman

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