I am using Bulk Insert to pull a large text file into my SQL table. I noticed that the number of rows in my table was less than the number of rows in the text file. When I looked more closely at the data, it appears that it's not detecting the end of the row and the start of the next row is attached to the last field of the previous row. When the stored procedure finishes, it shows (343520 row(s) affected). My table contains 171760 records which is half the number of rows affected. I assume my row terminator is incorrect??? I have it set to '\n'. I've attached a screen shot of the last column of a few records in my SQL table. The "CGH" after the two boxes is the first field of the next record in the text file. Does anyone have any ideas? Doc2.doc
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