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SQLCMD capture output from :ServerList to a file?


SQLCMD capture output from :ServerList to a file?

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John Griffiths
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Is there a way to have the output from :ServerList redirected to a file?

I tried :ServerList -o C:\Test.txt

and

:serverlist :Out C:\Test.txt

Tks.
michael nee
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Hi John,

I guess by now you have found:

sqlcmd -Lc > c:\serverlist.txt

Alternatively, you can put your :serverlist in a script file and use the sqlcmd switches
-i (input file) and -o (output file)

Regards, Michael
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Michael

Thanks for that. I had not got it working as I have been way too busy on a couple of projects.

I will get back to the proj where I was trying to capture the server data into a file soon after new year.

Happy Holidays

Regards JOHN.
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Using Powershell is simple, the syntax is sqlcmd -Lc | Out-File c:\serverlist.txt
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