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That is what I wanted thanks,I prime the while with a print \ndate now I just have to figure out how to get my hash values into my db and I should be in good shape, one thing thats really throwing me for a loop is that the date is a string, and I am having trouble figuring out how to make it a sql small date time. someone sent me a link to sql standards the other day so much stuff not sure where to look first. I agree which is why I was trying to figure out how to add it to a %hash previously as a key, this is a one time issue, I will be recording values differently in the future so that hash is well formed so should not be an issue again. however my data.txt file did not contain a date label so my hash was not initialized properly I wanted columname->value, and date is columname now I need to fix my input files, then I should be able to use variables to loop through and get my records into the db.
use Win32::ODBC; use DBI; $DSN="Ptest"; $db = new Win32::ODBC("DSN=Ptest;UID=ptalerter;PWD=Ha55le12;"); if(!($db)){ print "Error connecting"; exit; } else { print "Hey you are connected \n"; } $SqlStatement = "insert into AllResults (Date,Login,Searchload,Search +Count,SearchResults,SearchSave,SearchDelete,SearchDetails,TaxLoad,Tax +Results,TaxDetails,ClientAdd,CMALoad,CMASave,CMADelete,ClientDelete,L +ogout) Values ('getdate()', '1','2','3','4','5','6','7','8','9','10', +'11','12','13','14','15','16')"; if ($db->Sql($SqlStatement)){ print "SQL failed.\n"; print "Error: " . $db->Error() . "\n"; $db->Close(); exit; } while($db->FetchRow()){ undef %Data; %Data = $db->DataHash(); print $db; } db->Close(); close file;

In reply to Re^2: inserting into file by grashoper
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