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I have a csv file. I want to load the csv fil to a database.
I tried by using CDAOSatabase instance with 'Microsoft Text Writer' jet enine.
( One Problem I found that when I execute a query to ceate a new table, the file equivalent to the new table is created in physical disk, even though I didn't commit the transaction)

Also I heard that in windows there will not be a 64bit 'Microsoft Text Writer' in winows 64 bit.
( In my spec there is no MSOffice installed separately on this winows 64 bit machine )

Could ou please let me know is there any solution to use 'Microsoft Text Writer' in Windows64 bit machine without Microsoft office installed.
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