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DTS Package or any means to run a stored proc and schedule output in SQL Sever 2005

Posted on 2007-11-19
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I have a stored proc that i would like to run automatically and schedule an output of a file in csv format and drop it to a directory. This is in SQL Server 2005.
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just create a package using Integration Services, should have come along with your SQL Server 2005

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms141209.aspx
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in the wizard how can i make it accept a stored proc instead of a sql statement. it seems to only want select statements
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