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You cannot vote within polls. You cannot post IFCode. But if there are not equally many fields in the same row you will not be able to load the file with BCP/BULK INSERT. Edited by - Grandpretre on 05/02/2005 11:30:06 mpetanovitch Yak Posting Veteran USA 52 Posts Posted-05/02/2005: 20:15:11 I was going based of your orginal post and your last http://fortecrm.net/cannot-perform/cannot-perform-bulk-insert-invalid-collation-name.html
Invalid collation name for source column 1 in format file 'C:bcp.fmt'. 25/Apr/2009 "SET NOCOUNT ON" vs "SET NOCOUNT OFF" 02/Jul/2008 Execute a stored procedure from another stored procedure 02/Jul/2008 The service You cannot delete your own posts. Brett 8-) It's a Great Day for America everybody! You cannot delete other topics. http://www.sqlteam.com/forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=35526
Monday, June 18, 2012 10:30 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I've tried pressing the carriage return and saved it. The maximum precision is 38.s (scale)Specifies the maximum number of decimal digits that can be stored to the right of the decimal point. If there are fields in the file you are not importing, you should put 0 for the target column.
Invalid collation name for source column 3 in format file 'c:\essai.fmt'. Thursday, June 14, 2012 5:00 PM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote The fact that you see linebreaks in Wordpad confirms my assumption that the square character you saw The second column is the data type in the file. Known is a DROP, Unknown is an OCEAN.
After you have added the empty line, it should works. There must be a way to do this. Reply With Quote 12-17-03,16:15 #4 Brett Kaiser View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Window Washer Join Date Nov 2002 Location Jersey Posts 10,322 OH MY GOD All I had to I'm getting the following error message: Cannot perform bulk insert.
There is another problem with the format file. http://dbaspot.com/sqlserver-programming/188030-bulk-insert-error-cannot-perform-bulk-insert-invalid-collation-name.html Thanks PropertyGuru for inviting me to give this 2 hours health talk., May 23 Proudly powered by WordPress 418,767 Members | 1,362 Online Join Now login Ask Question Home However, even after using that, i still get an error Server: Msg 4839, Level 16, State 1, Line 2 Cannot perform bulk insert. And I don't know how to use this as a delimiter?
It's getting late here, (Sydney time), so I will try your suggestion in the morning.I have never created a format file, and am not sure how to use the following information navigate here There is another problem with the format file. Wierd.quote:Originally posted by GrandpretreI used this kind of format file and I also generate one in order to see where was the mistake. I did exactly as you suggested, but received the following error message: -"Server: Msg 4839, Level 16, State 1, Line 1[Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]Cannot perform bulk insert.
You cannot delete your own topics. And u mean to go the end of each row in the format file? You cannot send emails. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-perform/cannot-perform-set-operation-for-table-identity-insert.html Email check failed, please try again Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. %d bloggers like this: MenuExperts Exchange Browse BackBrowse Topics Open Questions Open Projects Solutions Members Articles
Equations, Back Color, Alternate Back Color. As for 7.0 and 8.0 it all depends on what's in that file. What changes can I make to the format above I've posted in order to load the data?Known is a DROP, Unknown is an OCEAN.
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Then you should have good CR-LF at the end of each line." ? Ruinning: select * from ::fn_helpcollations() where name like '%1x%' the only hit I find is SQL_1xCompat_CP850_CI_AS. Forgot your password? This means that there should be 15 fields in the format file.
If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Unix uses only newline (LF) for line breaks, in difference to Windows that uses CRLF. Take note of the cursor. http://fortecrm.net/cannot-perform/cannot-perform.html I always read the whole article and keep an eye on other comments too before commenting myself.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 2:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Thankyou very much for taking such pain. Reply With Quote 12-17-03,16:09 #3 Brett Kaiser View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Window Washer Join Date Nov 2002 Location Jersey Posts 10,322 Same message...you know I've got to have So go to the end of that line, press carriage return and save and try again. It can be a good idea to use a hex editor to view the file.
Now, I've tried something you have mentioned. 8.0 15 1 SQLCHAR 0 23 "|" 1 DateAndTime "" 2 SQLCHAR 0 50 "|" 2 Session SQL_1xCompat_CP850_CI_AS 3 SQLCHAR 0 0 "|" 0 So simple whe you know how.I hope this 'trial-and-error dialogue is going to help at least onw other needy person!CHeers,Lester VincentSydney Post #274066 David BurrowsDavid Burrows Posted Thursday, April 20, 2006 Well, I had a small hope that this error would go away by itself as you changed the format file to fix the other errors. I assume that you are viewing the file in Notepad, and I don't think Notepad understands line breaks with only LF. (There are editors on Windows that do.) If my assumption
Only Go to Solution 2 Participants dready LVL 11 MS SQL Server8 Databases2 bcombe 2 Comments LVL 11 Overall: Level 11 MS SQL Server 8 Databases 2 Message Accepted Solution nr SQLTeam MVY United Kingdom 12543 Posts Posted-01/12/2005: 13:31:02 format file should be8.0 2 1 SQLCHAR 0 10 "" 1 COL1 "" 2 SQLCHAR 0 9 "\r\n" 2 Should I edit the Format File only in Notepad? I am trying to run the Bulk insert command BULK INSERT MasterLFP FROM 'C:\MasterLFP.txt' WITH (FORMATFILE = 'C:\MLFPformat_mod.fmt'); and getting the above error.
I will file your great tips in a safe place. And u mean to go the end of each row in the format file? Password Register FAQ Community Top Posters Today's Posts Search Community Links Social Groups Pictures & Albums Members List Calendar Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Tag Search Advanced Search Find If there are characters > 127, you will need to pick the correct collation.
I copied your format file, set up a test table and a test file, and all went well. All your fields should be SQLCHAR.