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Save result ofa xp_cmdshell command


Save result ofa xp_cmdshell command

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I need to check if my remote network is available every 5 mins. I am thinking to use ping.

Query:
exec master..xp_cmdshell 'ping 192.***.**.*'

Base on the output of this query I will know is my network is still available.

How can I save it in the table then determine from there the reply of the ping.

This practice seems not a good practice. Do I have other option?

Any comment is very appreciated.

Thanks!
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You can insert..exec into a table.

insert MyTable exec xp_cmdshell ''

but you need to match up the result set with the schema correctly

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Thank you this works for me BigGrin

Create Table #Output
(
Output varchar(150) default('')
)

INSERT INTO #Output
EXECUTE xp_cmdshell 'ping 192.168.10.1'


SELECT *
FROM #Output
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anvie (2/13/2009)
Thank you this works for me BigGrin

Create Table #Output
(
Output varchar(150) default('')
)

INSERT INTO #Output
EXECUTE xp_cmdshell 'ping 192.168.10.1'


SELECT *
FROM #Output


Beautiful. That works well. Thanks!
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