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Output multiple datasets from one INVOKE-SQLCMD command

A common question that I've seen online is how do I return multiple sql datasets from a single query using INVOKE-SQLCMD. Most of the answers out there say it is not possible, but it is in fact possible by using the OutputAs dataset parameter. This parameter outputs a dataset that has all of the information […]

2020-04-24 (first published: )

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