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Posted Wednesday, July 30, 2014 5:57 AM
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Hi All,

How to export data from MDS 2012 entity to SQL 2012 user database table ?

Inputs are welcome!

Thanks
Karthik M


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+1 - beat me to it.



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+1 - beat me to it.


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I am not still clear.

Once I create the subscription view, how should i access that view from the user database?




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Same as any other view.


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I am not still clear.

Once I create the subscription view, how should i access that view from the user database?




With a SELECT statement.
You can automate this through stored procedures or with SSIS.




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