How to Import CSV file to a table in PostgreSQL?
1. Using SQL command
You can run this command to import CSV file:
COPY table_name FROM '/path_to_csv_file.csv' WITH FORMAT csv;
COPY table_name FROM '/path_to_csv_file.csv' DELIMITERS ',' CSV;
Keep in mind that you have to keep the column names on the csv file the same as columns of the table.
2. Using TablePlus
In TablePlus, you can import csv via the GUI.
To import a CSV file to a current table:
File > Import > From CSV...from the menu bar
- Right-click on the table in the left sidebar or right-click in the data content and choose
After importing, press
Command + R to reload current workspace and see newly imported data.
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