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How to use sp_makewebtask when database server and application server are on two different machines

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I have a need to generate dynamic HTML pages that get data from executing stored procedures. I think sp_makewebtask is the way to go for this, but I am using a shared SQL server and probably don't have privledges to write HTML files or TPL files on the shared environment. I need an example showing me how to use a template file on my web server and output the HTML file to my webserver or client browser as well. THANKS!
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I guess the only way is to ...

Instead of using sp_makewebtask (since your sql server do not have previliges), Get the result set to the web application and build it using the front-end code.

Not sure..what kind of access you have (since you are saying shared SQL Server), using sp_makewebtask, you can write to the SQL Server hard drive and let web server copy the file from the SQL Server to other shared locations. Of course, this again depends on the previleges you have (but will be a simple job using sp_makewebtask..you know!!)
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