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Posted on 2011-03-02
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I need to extract a record from DEV to a text file and then import the record into QA.  I do not have permission to run xp_cmdshell and I do not have permission to link the database to the QA server.

If I copy and past the fields I lose the special characters in them so I need to export and then import.

Any ideas?
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Question by:CipherIS
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If the table isn't too big, you can simply do

  select * from mytable

in Management Studio, then right-click on the results and choose Save Results As ...
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you can use the sql server import export wizard
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