How to load excel-csv file into oracle database

Hi
I wanted to load excel file with csv extension(named as trial.csv) into
oracle database table(named as dept),I have given below my experiment here.
I am getting the following error,how should I rectify this?
For ID column I have defined as number(5) datatype, in my control file I have defined as interger external(5),where as in the Error log file why the datatype for ID column is comming as character?
1)my oracle database table is
SQL> desc dept;
Name Null? Type
ID NUMBER(5)
DNAME CHAR(20)
2)my data file is(trial.csv)
ID     DNAME
11     production
22     purchase
33     inspection
3)my control file is(trial.ctl)
LOAD DATA
INFILE 'trial.csv'
BADFILE 'trial.bad'
DISCARDFILE 'trial.dsc'
APPEND
INTO TABLE dept
FIELDS TERMINATED BY "," OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"'
TRAILING NULLCOLS
(ID POSITION(1:5) INTEGER EXTERNAL(5)      
NULLIF ID=BLANKS,
DNAME POSITION(6:25) CHAR
     NULLIF DNAME=BLANKS
3)my syntax on cmd prompt is
c:\>sqlldr scott/[email protected] control=trial.ctl direct=true;
Load completed - logical record count 21.
4)my log file error message is
Column Name Position Len Term Encl Datatype
ID           1:5 5 , O(") CHARACTER
NULL if ID = BLANKS
DNAME 6:25 20 , O(") CHARACTER
NULL if DNAME = BLANKS
Record 1: Rejected - Error on table DEPT, column ID.
ORA-01722: invalid number
Record 21: Rejected - Error on table DEPT, column ID.
ORA-01722: invalid number
Table DEPT:
0 Rows successfully loaded.
21 Rows not loaded due to data errors.
0 Rows not loaded because all WHEN clauses were failed.
0 Rows not loaded because all fields were null.
Bind array size not used in direct path.
Column array rows : 5000
Stream buffer bytes: 256000
Read buffer bytes: 1048576
Total logical records skipped: 0
Total logical records read: 21
Total logical records rejected: 21
Total logical records discarded: 0
Total stream buffers loaded by SQL*Loader main thread: 0
Total stream buffers loaded by SQL*Loader load thread: 0
5)Result
SQL> select * from dept;
no rows selected
by
balamuralikrishnan.s

Hi everyone!
The following are the steps to load a excell sheet to oracle table.i tried to be as simple as possible.
thanks
Step # 1
Prapare a data file (excel sheet) that would be uploaded to oracle table.
"Save As" a excel sheet to ".csv" (comma seperated values) format.
Then save as to " .dat " file.
e.g datafile.bat
1,Category Wise Consumption Summary,Expected Receipts Report
2,Category Wise Receipts Summary,Forecast Detail Report
3,Current Stock List Category Wise,Forecast rule listing
4,Daily Production Report,Freight carrier listing
5,Daily Transactions Report,Inventory Value Report
Step # 2
Prapare a control file that define the data file to be loaded ,columns seperation value,name and type of the table columns to which data is to be loaded.The control file extension should be " .ctl " !
e.g i want to load the data into tasks table ,from the datafile.dat file and having controlfile.ctl control file.
SQL> desc tasks;
Name Null? Type
TASK_ID NOT NULL NUMBER(14)
TASK_NAME VARCHAR2(120)
TASK_CODE VARCHAR2(120)
: controlfile.ctl
LOAD DATA
INFILE 'e:\datafile.dat'
INTO TABLE tasks
FIELDS TERMINATED BY ',' OPTIONALLY ENCLOSED BY '"'
(TASK_ID INTEGER EXTERNAL,
TASK_NAME CHAR,
TASK_CODE CHAR)
The above is the structure for a control file.
Step # 3
the final step is to give the sqlldr command to execute the process.
sqlldr userid=scott/[email protected] control=e:\controlfile.ctl log=e:\logfile.log
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