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Example: error loading a mysqldump file

2006-10-24       - By Martin Gainty
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then the delimiter attribute needs to be specified right?
we've all coded Java statements on one line ..as long as the semicolon
delimiter is visible to the parser then the parser knows that
this at least should be a new SQL statement when it sees the <identified
delimiter> of semicolon

does this look familiar?
int foo=0; int bar =1;

the parser knows the semicolon is the delimiter so the parser breaks the
statements at the semicolon..
or at least SHOULD break the statements

M-
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Scot P. Floess" <floess@(protected)>
To: "Ant Users List" <user@(protected)>
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 9:22 PM
Subject: Re: Example: error loading a mysqldump file


> Honestly, this is an implementation issue IMHO with regards to Ant.  It
> is treating each line as ONE sql statement.  By using the -line
> continuation- character, it should fix the problem - namely the \ character.
>
> Placing SQL statements in a file makes perfect sense...perhaps he is
> trying to put database creation, or population information there?  I've
> done it before and I saw no reason why one wouldn't want to do that...
>
> And, this isn't an issue of ctrl-M characters...  I had this problem on
> a Linux system using a ViM created file under Linux...  Ant is treating
> the newline as a delimiter for the SQL statement.
>
> Martin Gainty wrote:
>> Hunter
>>
>> If Im not mistaken I think you just answered your own question
>> so when you put all the SQL statements together on one line then ant can
parse the SQL
>> if you break the SQL apart with some varying number of unknown delimiters
ant cannot understand your file contents
>> if you absolutely must use a file(I dont know why you would)
>> then tell ant what the the SQL statement delimiters are by specifying your
own delimiter within the sql task
>>
>> Also be wary that Unix does not like nasty ctl-m ^M characters that dos
editors toss in as newline endings
>> vi -b on the sql file will at least show you the whitespace characters so
you can delete them
>>
>> Martin-
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>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: "Hunter Peress" <hunterp@(protected)>
>> To: "Ant Users List" <user@(protected)>; "Martin Gainty" <mgainty@(protected)
.com>
>> Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 8:15 PM
>> Subject: Example: error loading a mysqldump file
>>
>>
>>  
>>> Ant file:
>>>              <sql
>>>                   classpath="../lib/mysql-connector-java-3.1.12-bin.jar"
>>>                   driver="com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"
>>>                   url="jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/"
>>>                   userid=""
>>>                   password=""
>>>                   print="yes"
>>>                   src="wtf.sql"
>>>              >
>>> use what;
>>>              </sql>
>>>
>>> wtf.sql:
>>> insert into properties (value) values("<!-- -->");
>>> insert into properties (value) values("Hi");
>>>
>>> Ok so if in mysql console you source wtf.sql there are no problems, its
>>> valid mysql. But ant bombs on it.
>>> Ant can handle each line ,but put them together in a file and its bad.
>>>
>>>
>>> On 10/24/06, Martin Gainty <mgainty@(protected)> wrote:
>>>    
>>>> I know if I edit on windo and port to nix I will have <CR><LF> appended at
>>>> end of each line
>>>> for small files
>>>> vi -b
>>>> will show you the extra CR and you can easily delete the CR (which show up
>>>> as ^M) chars
>>>>
>>>> for comprehensive treatment of entire files to unix run the dostounix
>>>> utility
>>>> check out this link from the friendly folk from Santa Cruz for details
>>>> http://people.ucsc.edu/~chengyus/CE12L/DOSTOUNIX.htm
>>>>
>>>> Martin --
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>>>> From: "Scot P. Floess" <floess@(protected)>
>>>> To: "Ant Users List" <user@(protected)>
>>>> Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2006 10:03 AM
>>>> Subject: Re: error loading a mysqldump file
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>      
>>>>> Can you elaborate more on the error?
>>>>>
>>>>> Some years ago I was using the sql task and had a file full of SQL
>>>>> statements...  When I tried to use the sql task I was getting errors as
>>>>> well.   The solution, if memory serves, is that I had to use a \
>>>>> character at the end of each line until SQL termination.  So, if I had
>>>>> something like:
>>>>>
>>>>> create table foo
>>>>> (
>>>>> bar as int
>>>>> );
>>>>>
>>>>> I had to do this kind of thing:
>>>>>
>>>>> create table foo \
>>>>> ( \
>>>>> bar as int \
>>>>> );
>>>>>
>>>>> The problem (again if I can remember correctly) was that each line
>>>>> (meaning new line/carriage return) was being interpreted as the "whole"
>>>>> sql statement and submitted.
>>>>> Hunter Peress wrote:
>>>>>        
>>>>>> using the sql task's src attribute i source a mysqldump file and it
>>>>>> errors.
>>>>>> mysql can source the file with no problems.
>>>>>> but in ant I source it and theres a syntax error.
>>>>>> There is no delimiter being set in the source.
>>>>>> also if take individually two insert statement and source those it
>>>>>>          
>>>> works.
>>>>      
>>>>>> but i combine them and i get a syntax error.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> in the mysqldump the text fields are xml documents so they have almost
>>>>>> every
>>>>>> imagineable character.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> im using standard utf8 encoding.   any ideas?
>>>>>>
>>>>>>          
>>>>> --
>>>>> Scot P. Floess
>>>>> 27 Lake Royale
>>>>> Louisburg, NC  27549
>>>>>
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>> >
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