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Export Data in Text File Using SQLCMD in SQL SERVER 2005


Export Data in Text File Using SQLCMD in SQL SERVER 2005

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Great script. Keep up the good work.

My only difficulty is that xpcommandshell is forbidden at some of my production sites.

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Okay I seem to be missing something here, the query seems to fail at the SET command. May seem like a silly question but I am failing to also see where the query gets inputted into all this. Can some one please help...the description of the script sounds like a perfect fit for what I am trying to do. I have 3 sql scripts that I have to run in order to get a output which I copy paste into txt file. This script sounds like it would eliminate that problem.
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What is the max size of the file that can be created using this method? I am trying to write a text file in more or less same manner, but it wont write file above 2 MB Sad and the table contents would definitely make the file size go upto or > 10 MB.

Please suggest.
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Nice script! As an alternate workaround you could also make use of bcp command.

Thanks

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This seems to be nice. However, I ahve a question. I am trying to get SQL to create a tab delimited text file but I keep getting a comma delimited text file with the stored procedure I use. Now, I am wondering what kind of text file is created using the code you have given also will it be possible to specify what kind of text file can be output?
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Thanks for the script.
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