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How to import SQL SERVER 2000 Database into CSV format


How to import SQL SERVER 2000 Database into CSV format

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Hi All,

Please help me.

I am havin a database in sql server 2000 and we have completed the project but the client is not having sql server, he is havin virtual server and now he wants the whole database in CSV format. I dont have knowledge to import the database in CSV format, Please help me if we can do it.


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You'll have to export each table individually to a csv file. You can use bcp, you can write a DTS package or you can use the inport/export wizard.

What does the client intend to do with the csv? Virtual server is not a database product.

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Hi,

I dont know what client will do but he said to give csv format. Thanks for the support. It will help me to learn new concept.
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Hi,

You can't export the entire database in csv format. You can only export table details in CSV format. To import csv format I hope can use import \ export wizard available in SQL 2000.


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