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Dear Friends

Can anybody tel me How to import/export tables in SQL Server 2005.

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alikhan.mayana (7/7/2008)

Dear Friends

Can anybody tel me How to import/export tables in SQL Server 2005.

Have a look at the BCP utility http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms162802.aspx
But there are many different ways to export/import tables. What are you trying to do?
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Hi,

You can also try import \ export wizard.
*) Connect to the server and expand database folders
*) Right click on the db and click on All tasks
*) Then click on import \ export wizard and followup with the instructions


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Yep we are here to help you just post the specific info what you are trying to do, of course that there are many ways how to do that, but be more specific, I'm sure that we or somebody helps you on professional way...

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Dear friends

I want to know the import/export tables from enterprise in SQL Server 2005.

I know that,we can import/export database but i want to know,
about tabels ?

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Hi,

You can:

1) rightclick on a database
2) click tasks
3) click import or click export

Then it's possible to import / export the full database or you can just select the table(s) you'd like to be imported / exported.
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this is a simple wizard function, for which you can then create a scheduled task if you need to repeat it.
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alikhan.mayana (7/7/2008)


Dear friends

I want to know the import/export tables from enterprise in SQL Server 2005.

I know that,we can import/export database but i want to know,
about tabels ?


This last message together with the title makes me wonder again about what you mean under import/export. Do you mean table level backup/restore (i.e. the "export" is a file with "bak" extension ?) When you say import/export a database, do you actually mean a backup? If so, you have two choices (that I'm aware of Smile) You can either use filegroups, and backup entire filegroups, or, you could continue backing up the whole database, but use third party tools to do table level backup restored. In either case, you will need to ensure database consistency manually.

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Andras



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Dear Friends

i got the solution for import/export tables in SQL SERVER 2005.

Thank U very much for helping me

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