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Namespace CSVInput

Describes how an uncompressed comma-separated values (CSV)-formatted input object is formatted.

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Properties

Optional AllowQuotedRecordDelimiter

AllowQuotedRecordDelimiter: undefined | false | true

Specifies that CSV field values may contain quoted record delimiters and such records should be allowed. Default value is FALSE. Setting this value to TRUE may lower performance.

Optional Comments

Comments: undefined | string

A single character used to indicate that a row should be ignored when the character is present at the start of that row. You can specify any character to indicate a comment line.

Optional FieldDelimiter

FieldDelimiter: undefined | string

A single character used to separate individual fields in a record. You can specify an arbitrary delimiter.

Optional FileHeaderInfo

FileHeaderInfo: FileHeaderInfo | string

Describes the first line of input. Valid values are:

  • NONE: First line is not a header.

  • IGNORE: First line is a header, but you can't use the header values to indicate the column in an expression. You can use column position (such as _1, _2, …) to indicate the column (SELECT s._1 FROM OBJECT s).

  • Use: First line is a header, and you can use the header value to identify a column in an expression (SELECT "name" FROM OBJECT).

Optional QuoteCharacter

QuoteCharacter: undefined | string

A single character used for escaping when the field delimiter is part of the value. For example, if the value is a, b, Amazon S3 wraps this field value in quotation marks, as follows: " a , b ".

Type: String

Default: "

Ancestors: CSV

Optional QuoteEscapeCharacter

QuoteEscapeCharacter: undefined | string

A single character used for escaping the quotation mark character inside an already escaped value. For example, the value """ a , b """ is parsed as " a , b ".

Optional RecordDelimiter

RecordDelimiter: undefined | string

A single character used to separate individual records in the input. Instead of the default value, you can specify an arbitrary delimiter.