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MySQL UDFs - Export/Dump data to file

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M a k a v e l !

First of all, thanks to ProgAndy MySQL UDFs. If you do not have it, you should check it out. Nice tool.

Coding with v3.3.0.0, here's what you guyz can test:

#include <Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>
#include <mysql.au3>

$sServerName = "nameserver"
$sUser = "user"
$sPassword = "password"
$sDatabase = "database"
$iPort = "3306"; default MySQL Port=3306

_MySQL_InitLibrary()

If @error Then 
    MsgBox(0, '', "")
    Exit
EndIf


$MysqlConn = _MySQL_Init()

$connected = _MySQL_Real_Connect($MysqlConn, $sServerName, $sUser, $sPassword, $sDatabase, $iPort)

If $connected = 0 Then
    MsgBox(0, "_MySQL_Real_Connect", "Status: " & $connected)
    Exit
EndIf


$query = "SELECT * FROM table"
_MySQL_Real_Query($MysqlConn, $query)
ToolTip("Current query: " & $query,0,0, "Connection: " & $sUser & "@" & $sServerName & ":" & $iPort & " / " & $sDatabase,1)

$res = _MySQL_Store_Result($MysqlConn)
$fields = _MySQL_Num_Fields($res)
$rows = _MySQL_Num_Rows($res)

MsgBox(0, "Data Information","_MySQL_Num_Rows: " & $rows & @CRLF & "_MySQL_Num_Fields: " & $fields)


MsgBox(0, '', "Accessed method 3 - everything in a 2D array")
$array = _MySQL_Fetch_Result_StringArray($res)

$avData =  _ArrayDisplay($array,""); Result is perfect in here. I want to send data from Array into a txt/csv file.
MsgBox(0, "_ArrayDisplay", $avData); Result shown here $avData = '1'.

; Query release
_MySQL_Free_Result($res)
;~ MsgBox(0,"_MySQL_Free_Result","_MySQL_Free_Result: " & $res)


; Connection terminate
_MySQL_Close($MysqlConn)
; MYSQL terminate
_MySQL_EndLibrary()

The _ArrayDisplay's perfect, but I'm trying to :

  • Get this data out of the array dumping it to a file without copying manually to clipboard. Data will be sent later via email, maybe attachment file or something.

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$avData =  _ArrayDisplay($array,""); Result is perfect in here. I want to send data from Array into a txt/csv file.
MsgBox(0, "_ArrayDisplay", $avData); Result shown here $avData = '1'.

Has you can see '$avData' returns '1'...

I've tried

_FileWriteFromArray("D:\test.txt", $avData, 1); does not work :(

Any suggestions ?

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Any work-around ?


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$avData =  _ArrayDisplay($array,""); Result is perfect in here. I want to send data from Array into a txt/csv file.
MsgBox(0, "_ArrayDisplay", $avData); Result shown here $avData = '1'.

Has you can see '$avData' returns '1'...

I've tried

_FileWriteFromArray("D:\test.txt", $avData, 1); does not work :(

Any suggestions ?

The '1' is just telling you _ArrayDisplay() succeeded. I don't understand why you are trying to do anything else with that return value, and it's not an array, so you can't write it with _FileWriteFromArray().

Even if you tried to write $array, isn't that a 2D array? You can only write a 1D array with _FileWriteFromArray(), and that won't custom format it as a .CSV for you.

You will have to do your own function to take each row from $array, format it as desired, and write it to the file.

Another option is to use the _Excel* functions with Excel. Then you can make changes to a sheet and save it in .csv format, letting Excel deal with the conversion.

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The '1' is just telling you _ArrayDisplay() succeeded. I don't understand why you are trying to do anything else with that return value, and it's not an array, so you can't write it with _FileWriteFromArray().

Success: Returns a 1. That I know.

Even if you tried to write $array, isn't that a 2D array? You can only write a 1D array with _FileWriteFromArray()

I didn't know it is only for 1D arrays, thanks for the hint.

I'm workin' on it.


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