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Hello All,

Does the BCP utility enable you to selectively import rows from a flat
file to a table ?

For example:

The first column in my flat file contains a record type - 1, 2..7
I only need to import types 1, 2, & 3

Can this be specified in the .fmt file ?



Thanks in advance
hharry



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f.sor

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map=NO-MAP
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If ((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 5.0) / 10.0 = Round(((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 5.0) / 10.0, 0) Then CheckDigit = 5

If ((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 6.0) / 10.0 = Round(((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 6.0) / 10.0, 0) Then CheckDigit = 6

If ((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 7.0) / 10.0 = Round(((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 7.0) / 10.0, 0) Then CheckDigit = 7

If ((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 8.0) / 10.0 = Round(((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 8.0) / 10.0, 0) Then CheckDigit = 8

If ((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 9.0) / 10.0 = Round(((CheckOdd + CheckEven) + 9.0) / 10.0, 0) Then CheckDigit = 9

If CheckDigit = Convert.ToInt16(Row.UPCNumber.Substring(11, 1), 10) Then

Row.UPCNumber = String.Concat("00", Row.UPCNumber)

Else

'Throw out row because checksum did not match. <=== what do i do here???????????????

End If

 

ElseIf Row.UPCNumber.Length = 14 Then

' 14 Digit Checksum

Else

' Throw out row because checksum did not match. <=== what do i do here???????????????

End If

If Not DoubleTest(Row.RetailPrice) Then

Row.RetailPrice_IsNull = True

'Row.RetailPrice = String.Empty

End If

End Sub

End Class

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