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Export data using BCP command


Export data using BCP command

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Dung Dinh
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Hi all,
I have a request from my client that they need to export data to an excel using BCP command and the excel file is with format:
Row 1: title of report = bold and place at column 3
Row 2: report date = dd/mm/yyyy and place at column 1
Row 3: header of columns = bold and background color is green
From the row 4, data will be display.
However, I am not sure about using XML format file which can handle that. Please any suggestions :-)
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Dung Dinh (1/14/2013)
Hi all,
I have a request from my client that they need to export data to an excel using BCP command and the excel file is with format:
Row 1: title of report = bold and place at column 3
Row 2: report date = dd/mm/yyyy and place at column 1
Row 3: header of columns = bold and background color is green
From the row 4, data will be display.
However, I am not sure about using XML format file which can handle that. Please any suggestions :-)

You cannot export to Excel using bcp.exe. Use SSIS to export to Excel.

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