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Database / CSV Spinner

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by silicon, Jun 29, 2011.

  1. silicon

    silicon Newbie

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    Anyone know of a product that can take a database file or CSV file and spin the columns with unique text by applying some rules? Thx
     
  2. johndea

    johndea Regular Member

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    What kind of CSV databases?

    What kind of output do you want?
     
  3. sirgold

    sirgold Supreme Member

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    If you're dealing with a mighy unix derivative or have access to standard posix tools and bash (cygwin for instance) all you need is "cut" and "sort -R" (if sort with randomization is supported) I hear mac os x derivatives might not be among those with this built-in functionality (I can't confirm atm), but you can easily replace this with other randomizing one-liners. Easy to do it natively with a vbs script as well. Microsoft has extensive documentation at their "scriptguy" labs about it. HTH.
     
  4. haxxaruz

    haxxaruz Registered Member

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    I can write one if you want.
    Just tell me the details via PM.
     
  5. pYraTe

    pYraTe Junior Member

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    You can use ms-access.
    - One table with the colums to spin and several colums with the criterion in true/false.
    - Then make multiple queries with the columns spined and the criterion set.

    I can made this for you, if you want pm me.
     
  6. martbost

    martbost Registered Member

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    Being a SQL Server DBA, I can do this for you if you like.