An Introduction to the SQLCMD Mode in SSMS (SQL Spackle)

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  • ccmalls26 (5/9/2013)


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  • WayneS (5/7/2013)


    Kenneth.Fisher (5/6/2013)


    Nice job introducing SQLCMD. I spent several hours this weekend trying to write up an intro to SQLCMD myself. You did a much better job than I was able to :-P.

    Thanks Kenneth

    It's funny how close your first paragraph and mine were though! 🙂

    Great minds thinking alike?

    I'd love to see your writeup!

    Finally got around to working on it. I ended up writing about CONNECT and some odd aspects of it.

    http://sqlstudies.com/2014/03/13/connect-in-ssms/

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  • Now if they only allowed those to be fired from within a sproc , wouldn't that be slick?

  • Good article, thanks.

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  • WayneS (5/6/2013)


    So, I cannot think of any way of doing this. Perhaps other readers have a solution?

    Dynamic SQL?

    Hakim Ali
    www.sqlzen.com

  • Cool. Didn't realize you could do this. Thanks.

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