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Import Excel Spreadsheet


Import Excel Spreadsheet

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Can anyone tell me how to import an Excel spreadsheet into SQL so that the contents of the spreadsheet form an entire table in SQL please?
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Right click your database -> Tasks -> Import Data -> Source: MS Excel -> File Path -> Destination

That gets you to the general area. Then you have a variety of options depending on your needs.

You can also save it as an SSIS package if you will be doing the same tasks frequently.



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Hey Thank you for the help but when I right click the database I don't have the option to import data into my database. I'm running SQL Server Management Studio Express 2005 is there an upgrade that I should perform?
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Clkgtrs1 (10/1/2010)
Hey Thank you for the help but when I right click the database I don't have the option to import data into my database. I'm running SQL Server Management Studio Express 2005 is there an upgrade that I should perform?

It should be under the Tasks sub-menu.

You can also use the OpenRowSet / OpenDataSource functions:
SELECT * 
INTO dbo.MyNewTable
FROM OPENROWSET('Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0','Excel 8.0;Database=C:\test\xltest.xls', [Customers$])



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other alternate is use linked server.

edit:-
follow this linke on how to configure
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/306397

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Clkgtrs1 (10/1/2010)
Hey Thank you for the help but when I right click the database I don't have the option to import data into my database. I'm running SQL Server Management Studio Express 2005 is there an upgrade that I should perform?


Sorry, I'm not familiar with Management Studio Express 2005



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