instance import_csv

typeside t
schema s : t
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instance (import_csv "directory" : s) : s
	
For each entity en, expects a file pre + en.csv in the directory, where pre is controlled by option csv_import_file_prefix. The file extension can be changed with the csv_file_extension option The file for en should be a CSV file with a header; the fields of the header should be an ID column name (specified using options), as well as any attributes and foreign keys whose domain is en. The mapping between the schemas entities (ID columns), attributes, and foreign keys and the headers of the CSV file are controlled by the options; see the CSV built-in example for details. The import_missing_is_empty option will interpret missing files as empty files. See also csv_prepend_entity. Records can contain nulls (using the string specified in options). Note that these tables must be complete: this keyword imports a model (set of tables) of a schema, not a presentation of a model of a schema (i.e., as literal does). To import an instance as a theory, use the import_as_theory option. To auto generate IDs, see csv_generate_ids option. See also csv related options, id_column_name, and require_consistency. See also prepend_entity_on_ids.

Appears in:

CSV
Demo
QuickCSV

Options:

always_reload
csv_emit_ids
csv_escape_char
csv_field_delim_char
csv_file_extension
csv_generate_ids
csv_import_prefix
csv_prepend_entity
csv_quote_char
id_column_name
import_as_theory
import_col_seperator
import_dont_check_closure_unsafe
import_missing_is_empty
import_null_on_err_unsafe
num_threads
prepend_entity_on_ids
talg_reduction
timeout