Paste your CSV data, or click
Upload CSV to upload a CSV file, or drag-and-drop a CSV file to the Data Source panel, the CSV converter will execute the conversion magic immediately. Don’t worry about the CSV delimiter, the converter will automatically determine the delimiter, it supports comma, tab, colon, semicolon, pipe, slash, octothorpe and more.
You can edit your data online like Excel through Table Editor, and the changes will be converted into Insert SQL in real-time.
Finally, the Table Generator shows the result of the conversion. In addition, the SQL converter provides options for customizing the output, which makes it easier to customize table names, decide whether to generate create SQL statements, and define quotation marks for different DB servers.
Note: Your data is secure, the converts is done completely in your web browser and we will not store any of your data.
CSV stands for Comma-Separated Values. CSV file format is a text file that has a specific format which allows data to be saved in a table structured format.
SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It is used for storing, retrieving, managing and manipulating data in relational database management system (RDMS).