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any way to export file in SQL Data base programatically using VC++

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can any one tell me is there any way to export or import a file from or to SQL SERVER data base programatically using VC++.
like in VB we use DTS to import and export in SQL Sertver
thanx
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by:ambience
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why not use the same DTS in VC ?
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by:Ultpak
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thanx for replying.
but how to use.
that is not a com component.
that is a feature of VB.
but how in VC, i have no idea.
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by:ambience
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In my humble opinion DTS is a full-blown COM application, which resides typically in

<<Microsoft SQL Server>>\80\Tools\Binn\dtspkg.DLL

<<Microsoft SQL Server>> is where you installed SQLServer. You can use COM object viewer to check for interfaces and objects it supports, also you can try out a quick application in VB.

Of particular interest is the TransferObjectsTask interface exposed by DTSTransferObjectsTask, i think this is what can solve your problem.

It has methods that let you specify the source and target of transfer etc.

Hope this helps
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The TransferObjectsTask object allows you transfer one or more Microsoft® SQL Server™ objects between source and destination databases. An object can represent:

·     A table, or table data.
·     A view.
·     A referential integrity constraint.
·     A stored procedure.
·     An index.
·     A default or a rule.
·     A user-defined data type.

In addition, you can transfer all users or all logins (roles) for the source database. You can also transfer all objects dependent on the requested objects.

Note   The source and destination must both be Microsoft SQL Server version 7.0 or later databases.
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did that help ?
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by:Ultpak
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still i could't check.
iwill check soon.
hope it will work..
thanx for all u did  for me.
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