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query results by email using xp_sendmail


query results by email using xp_sendmail

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Hi

I want to send query results by email using xp_sendmail procedure. I am able to send but the data formatted in wrong way.

How to send query result with proper format?

or

how to attach a FORMATTED query result file in the email?

Any help?

Thanks,
BMR
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Heres an example of a SELECT statement I use and it comes out nicely formatted :-):


DECLARE @tableHTML VARCHAR(MAX)
DECLARE @tEmailList VARCHAR(MAX)
DECLARE @tProfile VARCHAR(128)
DECLARE @tEmailSubject VARCHAR(2048)

SELECT
@tEmailList = email_address
,@tEmailSubject = CAST(@@SERVERNAME AS VARCHAR(128)) + ' - DB_Admin.dbo.usp_sel_InfoOS'
,@tableHTML = N'<H2>Database Report for Server: '
+ @@SERVERNAME + '</H2>'
+ N'<table border="1">'
+ N'<tr>
<th>Host Name</th>
<th>OS Name</th>'
+ CAST
(
(
SELECT
td = [HostName]
,''
,td = [OSName]
,''
FROM [DB_Admin].[dbo].[tbl_InfoOS]
FOR XML PATH('tr'), TYPE) AS NVARCHAR(MAX))
+ N'</table>
This was generated by the <i>DB_Admin.dbo.usp_sel_InfoOS</i> Stored Procedure
'
FROM msdb.dbo.sysoperators
WHERE [name] = 'DBA'

EXEC msdb.dbo.sp_send_dbmail
@profile_name = @tProfile
,@recipients = @tEmailList
,@subject = @tEmailSubject
,@body_format = 'html'
,@body = @tableHTML



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Thanks for you both.
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