And as far as I know, there's no ZIP available from Sun. In support of this question: I have to install a JRE by hand to avoid my company's tendency to break it with "Fixes" remotely installed.Currently I install it, copy it then uninstall it to hide it from them--seems kind of annoying but the way it is now breaks our entire dev setup with every patch.The Extensible Markup Language (XML) and Java technology are natural partners in helping developers exchange data and programs across the Internet.That's because XML has emerged as the standard for exchanging data across disparate systems, and Java technology provides a platform for building portable applications.Importing CSV files gets a bit complicated when you start doing things like importing files with description fields that can contain punctuation (such as commas or single-double quotation marks).So here’s a simple Java Utility class that can be used to load CSV file into Database.This partnership is particularly important for Web services, which promise users and application developers program functionality on demand from anywhere to anywhere on the Web.XML and Java technology are recognized as ideal building blocks for developing Web services and applications that access Web services. More specifically, how do you access and use an XML document (that is, a file containing XML-tagged data) through the Java programming language?
I did not find any "silent" command line option to Thanks. Am going through docs but let me know if you know how to stall (especially with stdout=PIPE) off hand.
7-zip has a forced verbose output, no silence mode, mixes stderr and stdout(*), doesn't save Unix permissions, etc.
Those anti-standards behaviors together put "7-zip" in a bad place when being compared to "tar bzip2" or "zip", for example.
Execute this Java class and you’ll see the records getting inserted in table. The utility class uses Open CSV library to load and parse CSV file.
Then it uses the idea of Batching in JDBC to batch insert queries and execute them.
If you want to automate it, once you have 7-zip installed you can just use the 7utility that's installed along with it to do all the extraction (it also replaces extrac32 in this solution).