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Exporting to Excel Using a CLR Stored Procedure


Exporting to Excel Using a CLR Stored Procedure

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ashutosh.pathak
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Where is source code!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Attachment (ExcelExport.dll) is missing.
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Calm down everyone. Source has already been asked for repeatedly. Give it time.

Thanks for opening this alternative avenue.
It looks as if it could be a bit more flexible than the OPENROWSET and BCP examples if used within a SP for creation of a new sheet. I'm assuming it will have similar problems if called from an application in that the path will be local to the SQL server (thinking within a network, not over the internet of course).

Though if it was a web based application then that could be used to retrieve the sheet easily enough.

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Looking forward to test it. Exactly what I need





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Nice, but where is the .... ?
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Interesting.
But source code/DLL please?
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very good but, can't use with SQL2005....;-)
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I love it - I think. Where is the download?:-)
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Hi,

What kind of running times are we looking at? Say 1000 rows over 10 workbooks?
Obviously different kit will give different results but say just an average time.

Thanks
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Hi,

2 questions:
1. Will it work on SQL 2005?
2. Will I need to install Excel or other Office components on SQL Server machine?

Thanks,
Evgeny.
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