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Oracle PL / SQL » Table » CSV Load 
Indicate columns in load data statement
 

create table dept
deptno  number(2),
  dname   varchar2(14),
  loc     varchar2(13)
)
/
LOAD DATA
INFILE *
INTO TABLE DEPT
REPLACE
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"'
DEPTNO,
  FILLER_1 FILLER,
  DNAME,
  LOC
)
BEGINDATA
20,Something Not To Be Loaded,Accounting,"BC,USA"



drop table dept;

 
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