@vdLocal @vdSQL @vdphp
Here It is:
1. @vdPhp: You can use any PHP function with this e.g. @vdPhp:date('Y-m-d')
2. @vdSql: You can use any MySql function with this e.g. @vdSql:now()
3. @vdLocal: You can import any Data field from CSV, XML, JSON file or from Remote Database. e.g.
If you are importing data from CSV file you can represent the value with column number e.g. @vdLocal:6 It would return the seventh column in CSV file.
In case of XML, JSON you can represent the value with variable name e.g. @vdLocal:title, It would return the value from "title" variable.
In case of Database you can represent the value with Database column name e.g. @vdLocal:email, It would return the value from email field.
If you combine these functions e.g. If you want to import only a part ( from sixth character till end ) of the string available in fourth column of your CSV file then you can do the following:
Hope It answers your query. You can also refer to this post: www.wdmtech.com/support-forum/vdata/some...s-to-import-from-csv
- Topic Author
- Fresh Boarder
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I'd like to modify the Export/Import in this way:
@vdphp:@vdLocal:0 . ""
@vdphp:"@vdLocal:0" . ""
and many other combinations
they did not work !!!
please can you send my a documentation to these funtions (@vdphp @vdsql and @vdphp)
expressive and functional examples