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Which way is better to port around 60000 data into database automatically per day


Which way is better to port around 60000 data into database automatically per day

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Chandhini
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Hi,
Which way is better to port around 60000 records from one CSV file into database through schedular per day (every day old data will be removed and new data will be inserted). For time being, m using select * from openrowset query in one sp and create a schedular for that.
but if i need to execute that sp, admin privilege is needed. is there any other way to achieve this?
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You can achieve this using bcp or BULK INSERT. You can also try SSIS or DTS

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Thanks a lot.
let me try these option.
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BULK Insert or BCP are specifically for importing lot of data into sql server. If you are using either of them inside a procedure you can create a job that calls the procedure and schedule the job.

SSIS also internally uses the same and it can be scheduled.

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