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Posted on 2005-05-09
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Via bcp I can create a batch script or do something extra.

I want to drop tables "table1 , table 2, table 3" from database "mydatabase"
which resides in MS SQL server.

username: sa password: mypass
Thank you

I'll test your solution
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is this something you expect to run regularly? Or do you just need to drop these once?

You can use osql to run:

Drop table table1
go
Drop table table2
go
Drop table table3
go

Not sure why you want to use bcp for this...don;t think you can :-)
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