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    Default How do i export data from an oracle database to a CSV file

    I want to export data from an oracle database to a CSV file.
    Please provide your inputs on this. A sample code would be appreciated.

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    yes i did...i' able to connect to the database.
    I just need a query which can get the database data and put it in a CSV format file. The database is oracle

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    So that mean you are looking how to write a query get data from the database, you want. That's far away from Java, that's related to database. You should search on the web if you don't know how to write a query or in a database forum. Actually you should know how to write a query depends on your requirement.


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