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Write Text File Direct from Transact-SQL

There are many times that exchanging data with other systems in the supply chain might be done via text-based files (such as ASCII files, CSV files, and more). Sometimes it is to make the pertinent data available to external systems—like Microsoft® .

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SSIS Returns an Error When Importing an Excel Spreadsheet on SQL Server 2008 R2

I was working through a request from a customer to import an excel spreadsheet into SQL Server on a recurring basis. I decided to create an SSIS Package to accomplish this and then call the package from a job in SQL Server Agent. However, when I ran .

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Run a SQL Agent Job from a Windows BAT File

There is often a need for end-users to run SQL Jobs on an ad-hoc basis. This creates a security issue because we don't want to install SQL Server Management Studio on the end-user workstation and we don't want to give out Remote Desktop access to .

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Tagged With: SQL Server

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