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Creating an SQL table using columns from Excel

Posted on 2008-10-08
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Hi guys,

I am just wondering is it possible to create a new SQL table automatically using the column headers from an excel file?

I am currently attempting to do it using SSIS but cannot seem to find what I'm looking for.

Thanks
Peter
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Try

Right click database
Tasks..-> Import Data   Wizard
Select Datasource : Microsoft Excel
check First row has column names
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That worked a treat cheers
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