Solved How To transform Excel, CSV ,Sqlite
What I want to do is that modify the data by Excel and use data in QT by sqlite.
I didn't find the way transform excel to sqlite(or save excel as sqlite).
and now I have transformed Excel to CSV,but I didn't find the way to transform CSV to sqlite.
Has anyone have some tips about this QT program. Any tips will help.
Thanks a lot .
VRonin last edited by VRonin
For an analogy:
- Excel = car
- CSV = bike
- sqlite = truck
They all have wheels but they are not straight convertable from one to the other. What exactly are you trying to do? putting an excel table as a new table in the sqlite db?
Pablo J. Rogina last edited by
Has anyone have some tips about this QT program
Although I'm a big fan of people using Qt everywhere, there would be some use cases where it won't be the ideal tool. Are you sure you cannot do the Excel -> sqlite conversion/data handling in other (more direct) way not using a Qt application? What about using SQLite ODBC driver?
mrdebug last edited by
Yes you can.
Please remember that csv can manage only one sheet (one table). If you want you can write some lines of code to read a csv file and to create a sqlite table with the data.
To manage a xls file you can use QSqlDatabase::addDatabase("QODBC");
or ADO interface.
Thanks for your reply.
Yeah，I just want import the excel table into sqlite db,so any tips for this?
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So I have to try to use "ODBC"?
If you need to export multiple sheets in one go, CSV is not a good export format as it has
no sheet concept. So minimum is you would have to export the sheets to individual files
and import each one to the database system.
Pablo J. Rogina last edited by Pablo J. Rogina
@pyuxing if you have the CSV file at hand you can import it directly to an sqlite table using sqlite3 tool, see this tutorial. As stated before, if your Excel file has several sheets you need to repeat the process per worksheet (you'll end up with several tables in sqlite db).
Other option is to connect the Excel worksheet directly to the sqlite db via an ODBC driver.
Last option, and more complex and laborious is to create an Qt application that read the CSV file, and assuming it has first line as header names, creates an sqlite table and then reading line by line inserts the data as rows in the sqlite table
And as summary of my post, this issue you have seems to be not related to Qt framework at all.
connecting the Excel worksheet directly to the sqlite db via an ODBC driver maybe the best choice ,I`ll have a try.Thanks!
VRonin last edited by
@pyuxing You'll probably find this wiki interesting: https://wiki.qt.io/Handling_Microsoft_Excel_file_format