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I am able to run a query in central management server created on one of the SQL servers lets say CMSServer1.
I would like to store the result set of a query on the same server CMSServer1 in a database/table (TestSQLServer/Table_1) where I created the CMS.
How I do I do this ?

Running this query in CMS :
SELECT @@servername as Servername, name as DBName,[crdate] AS [LastStartupDate]
FROM [master].[dbo].[sysdatabases]
--,[dbo].[Table_1]
WHERE [master].[dbo].[sysdatabases].[name] = 'tempdb'
Can I save the results in a table on the same server where I setup central management server ?
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sqlserver12345 (10/30/2012)
I am able to run a query in central management server created on one of the SQL servers lets say CMSServer1.
I would like to store the result set of a query on the same server CMSServer1 in a database/table (TestSQLServer/Table_1) where I created the CMS.
How I do I do this ?

Running this query in CMS :
insert into Table_1
SELECT @@servername as Servername, name as DBName,[crdate] AS [LastStartupDate]
FROM [master].[dbo].[sysdatabases],[dbo].[Table_1]
WHERE [master].[dbo].[sysdatabases].[name] = 'tempdb'
and [TestSQLServer].[dbo].[Table_1].LastStartUpTime < [master].[dbo].[sysdatabases].crdate


Something seems to be missing from your post. What is wrong with the query as you posted it?

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