To run SQL file in database, you need to use below syntax:
mysql -u yourUserName -p yourDatabaseName < yourFileName.sql
To understand the above syntax, let us open command prompt using windows+R shortcut key.
The snapshot is as follows:
After pressing OK button, you will get a command prompt. The snapshot is as follows:
Now reach the bin directory, the snapshot is as follows:
Here is my file ‘mydb.sql’ which is located in bin directory. The snapshot and content of SQL file is as follows:
Now you can type the above syntax which I have discussed to run SQL file. The snapshot of command is as follows:
Now you can check the table ‘Instructor’ is created in database test or not.
Now switch to database test using USE command. The query is as follows:
Now check the table ‘Instructor’ is present in test database. The query is as follows:
Yes, we have Instructor table. Now we need to check the record is present or not which is inserted in the table. The query is as follows:
mysql> select *from instructor;
The following is the output:
+----+-------+ | id | Name | +----+-------+ | 1 | John | | 2 | Larry | | 3 | Sam | +----+-------+ 3 rows in set (0.00 sec)