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Load Files in date order


Load Files in date order

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viresh.rwgsql
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Hello All,

I have files which has date in file name and I want to load all files in sequential order.

Here I am giving you an example of my file name.

"NetworkActivity_869_403722_01-01-2014.log"
"NetworkActivity_869_403722_01-02-2014.log"
"NetworkActivity_869_403722_01-03-2014.log"
"NetworkActivity_869_403722_01-04-2014.log"
"NetworkActivity_869_403722_01-05-2014.log"

These are my files in that I want to load files sequentially means jan 1st, 2nd like this way.

Any suggestions?
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Yes. Please post this to the appropriate forum for your SQL version under Business Intelligence or General. This is not the proper forum for this quesiton.

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can you tell me on which forum should I post this?

thanks
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Brandie Tarvin (4/10/2014)
Yes. Please post this to the appropriate forum for your SQL version under Business Intelligence or General. This is not the proper forum for this quesiton.


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