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convert query result to excel file and emailing using xp_sendmail

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Is there any way I can convert my query result to excel file and email that using xp_sendmail.


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Exporting to excel, sounds like something you do with DTS (SQL 2000) or SSIS (SQL2005/SQL2008).
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how can i use DTS with that....
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DTS you can find in Enterprise manager.  In DTS you have to make your excel with your query-result.  
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/319951

Wtih the tasks you can do diffrent things, sql, script ..... send mail with attachement (if your server allows mail).
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