From: Luke <vieviurka@xxxxxxxxx>
> I am looking for a proper, fastest and most reasonable way to insert
> data from pretty big file (~1,000,000 lines) to database. I am using
> Win32::ODBC (ActiveState Perl) module to connect with Access/MSSQL
> database and inserting line after line. I was wondering if there is a
> better way to do it...
> Maybe create hash with part of data (maybe all of it - what are the
> limitations ?)
> What is other way to do it instead 'INSERT INTO...' statement after
> reading each line ?
I you stick to Perl, you should use DBI and DBD::ODBC, not
Win32::ODBC. You should use ->prepare() and ->execute(). And you
should turn the AutoCommit off and commit only every 100 or 1000
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