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C#.NET: Extract Data from SQL Server to Excel

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Hello,

I am developing a window service in C#.NET which will extract 7 tables into excel at particular time.

Note: The volume of data per table would be 60,000 to 80,000 records. Also, I am having [Text], Varchar(Max), bit, money data type in few tables.

Do anyone have any feedback / suggestion on it?

Best Regards,
Mohit Sharma
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Why not use SSIS and schedule it with a SQL agent job?  Less code, easy to build and easy to maintain.
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I have done using OLEDB 12.0. I will place code on Monday.
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I have developed myself. I hope that it will be helpful in community.
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