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How can I split this string into the columns in the first line so I can insert it into a table
with the 14 Columns

if object_id('tempdb..#test') is not null
drop table #test
go
Create Table #test (String varchar(8000))
Insert #test Values ('''"Col1","Col2","Col3","Col4","Col5","Col6","Col7","Col8","Col9","Col10","Col11","Col12","Col13","Col14"')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000065417,0220,01,00, ,2008/06/30 08:14:28,710,500.000000,710,500.000000,424477,00000000,113927,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''214570001560883,0220,00,00, ,2008/06/30 08:14:46,710,30.000000,710,30.000000,424477,00000000,114001,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000395491,0100,01,00, ,2008/06/30 08:15:53,710,420.000000,710,420.000000,424477,82260001,114063,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000067371,0100,30,00, ,2008/06/30 08:33:24,710,0.000000,710,0.000000,424477,80900001,114069,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000367698,0100,01,00, ,2008/06/30 08:39:16,710,500.000000,710,500.000000,424477,TL335040,114074,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000367698,0100,01,00, ,2008/06/30 08:41:14,710,500.000000,710,500.000000,424477,TL335040,114075,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000067371,0100,01,00, ,2008/06/30 08:43:14,710,380.000000,710,380.000000,424477,80900001,114076,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000345629,0100,01,00, ,2008/06/30 09:17:14,710,1000.000000,710,1000.000000,424477,SASC3021,114094,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000462424,0100,30,00, ,2008/06/30 09:21:22,710,0.000000,710,0.000000,424477,80450001,114098,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000336693,0100,30,00, ,2008/06/30 09:21:42,710,0.000000,710,0.000000,424477,80970001,114099,Dont worry about it')
Insert #test Values ('''125020000420281,0100,01,00, ,2008/06/30 09:33:04,710,1200.000000,710,1200.000000,424477,87670001,114104,Dont worry about it')


select * from #test



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Hi,
Check out the below link
http://www.dotnetspider.com/resources/1266-Split-e-String-Using-char-separator.aspx

Thanks -- Vj
http://dotnetvj.blogspot.com

Thanks -- Vijaya Kadiyala
www.dotnetvj.com
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http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/TSQL/62867/

That article has data on how to split a delimited string efficiently, and a bunch of other good stuff that's related to that.

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BUt this splits the string into one column. I want to split it into 14 columns so the result set is like
col1 col2 col3 ..........

how do I achieve that ?



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How is this procedure invoked if the input is in a table #test



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This article has data on splitting into multiple columns:

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/T-SQL/63003/

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