The CsvReaderUserSettings type exposes the following members.
Determines whether the unparsed record text, CsvReader, should be preserved while parsing. Slightly better performce can be obtained by setting this to false when the record text will not be used. Default is true.
This determines whether the column value lookup using the column name retrieved from the column header names will be case sensitive based on the header names or not. Default is true.
The character to use as a comment signal. Default is pound, '#'.
The character to use as the column delimiter. Default is comma, ','.
The character to use as the record delimiter. Default is combination of standard end of line characters for Windows, Unix, or Mac.
Safety caution to prevent the parser from using large amounts of memory in the case where parsing settings like file encodings don't end up matching the actual format of a file. This switch can be turned off if the file format is known and tested. With the switch off, the max column lengths and max column count per record supported by the parser will greatly increase. Default is true.
Whether to treat a record with no data as if it wasn't there or not. When set to true, two consecutive occurances of the record delimiter will be treated as only one. Default is true.
The character to use as a text qualifier in the data. Default is quote, '"'.
Whether to trim leading and trailing whitespace characters from non-textqualified column data. Default is true.
Whether to look for comments while parsing or not. Default is false.
Whether to use a text qualifier while parsing or not. Default is true.