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GeneralTo script or not to script... Pin
Tim Carmichael10-Feb-14 9:39
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I have an third party application that will be processing CSV files and pushing data to a data store. However, due to limitations in the application, the CSV files need to be pre-processed to add some additional data, reformat some fields and split the original file into smaller files.

The question is: to write a script to process it daily or to write a compiled app...

Either way, the solution will be running as a scheduled task on a server.

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