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Is there an equivalent of textcopy in SQL Server 2005 Express?

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Is there an equivalent of textcopy in SQL Server 2005 Express?

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hi,
you can download 180 days trial version of sql 2005 enterprise edition and use the textcopy.exe  from there.
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Downloaded and installed, but I can't seem to find it - do you know where it lives?

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on the server inside bin folder.
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