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Export Store Procedure Results to Excel

Posted on 2004-04-12
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Hi,

I am trying to export the results of a store procedure to an excel file.

The store procedure is made up of about 30 select statements that return mostly count or sum values e.g.

select count(blah) from table_blah where blah = 'blah blah'

I am a novice at DTS and it only passes the first result from the first select statement - how do I get all the results?

Cheers - and thanks for solving this headache!
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A stored procedure normally only returns the first sql select statement out of the system, they are not designed to send out 30 different select statements as a suitable output to DTS or any other part of the system.

Why not post the SP, and we may be able to optimise this for DTS or put all the SP's (select code) within the DTS packages to generate the output as required.
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try using an inline sql  function. it will return a table instead of a row set.. however you may also want to look into using views and multi statment procedures in the same manner.
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