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Using DTS how can I set the batch size?

Posted on 2004-09-12
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How can I set the batch size to a small number of records (1000 for example) using DTS? I cannot find the option.
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Use the option "Use a query to specify the data to transfer" and use a TOP clause in your query, as in:

SELECT TOP 1000 *
FROM TABLE1
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