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Issue loading CSV file into HANA

Hi,

From last couples of weeks i am trying to load my CSV file into HANA Table, but i am unable to succeed.

I am getting error "Cannot open Control file, /dropbox/P1005343/CRM_OBJ_ID.CTL". I have followed each and every step in SDN, still I could not load data into my HANA table.

FTP: /dropbox/P1005343

SQL Command:

IMPORT FROM '/dropbox/P1005343/crm_obj_id.ctl'

Error:

Could not execute 'IMPORT FROM '/dropbox/P1005343/crm_obj_id.ctl''

SAP DBTech JDBC: [2]: general error: Cannot open Control file, /dropbox/P1005343/crm_obj_id.ctl

Please help me on this

Regards,

Praneeth

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2012 at 04:13 PM

    Hi Praneeth,

    The top-level folder is called 'dropbox', and your P1005343 folder is inside a subfolder also called 'dropbox'. So your import path will be:

    IMPORT FROM '/dropbox/dropbox/P1005343/crm_obj_id.ctl'

    Please see this thread for more discussion on this topic: How to load CSV files into HANA

    Cheers,

    Jody

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    Posted on Apr 06, 2012 at 10:24 PM

    Hi All,

    I have successfully loaded the file into HANA database in folder P443348 but while importing file, I am getting the following error message such as

    SAP DBTECH JDBC: [2] (at 13) : general error: Cannot open Control file, "/P443348/shop_facts.ctl"

    This is happening while I am executing the following import statement

    IMPORT FROM '/P443348/shop_facts.ctl';

    I have tried several options including changing the permissions of the folders and files to no success. As of now my folder has full access, which is 777

    Any help would be greatly appreciated so that I can proceed further

    Thanks

    Vamsidhar

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