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header record needed with BCP

Posted on 2011-09-23
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when using BCP with sql server, i am able to get output on this server, but it does not have header record.. i tried -F option but that is not it..

is it possible to make sure it comes with the header info?
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appreciate that..but really, how do you merge the format file with the data file? it seems like 2 diff files?
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