Transfer file

Posted on 1998-07-27
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Last Modified: 2010-03-19
How can man transfer a file by using SQL (not ftp)
Question by:ruisun
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Transfer file where/from where? Pls, be more detailed .

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gmoriak earned 200 total points
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BCP.exe will allow you to dump data to a text file.  Is that what you're talking about?

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ID: 1089239
In MSSQL 7.0 beta you can use Data transformation services to import text file , exel file, mdb and so on into dtabase and export it into another location after with the same service
and save as txt too, in your question you failed to mention file format.
Also you can transfer files with Visual Basic.

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