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multiple server Query without linked server


multiple server Query without linked server

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Hi,

I have two servers S1,S2.


I am currently connected to S1 but I want to Query a table from S2 without creating a linked server.

Is it possible.Can someone please post some information on how this can be accomplished.

ETL, Lookup ,Stored procedure anything is ok. I am using SQL Server 2005.This is a very urgent requirement.



Please help!

Thanks,
Tommy Bollhofer
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How about SSIS? Smile

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I need to write this logic inside a Stored Procedure. Can you please give some input son how can we write this SSIS inside a procedure. I am aware of the GUI based SSIS but not sure how to code it manually.
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How about using OPENROWSET?


OPENROWSET ( 'provider_name'
, { 'datasource' ; 'user_id' ; 'password'
| 'provider_string' }
, { [ catalog. ] [ schema. ] object
| 'query' }
)



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