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Putting my Queries Together SQL Express 2005

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Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005SQL
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Hi Experts...

I'm going to explain what I have to do manually to update my Access Database each day with the hope that one of you geniuses can walk me through creating a stored procedure which will allow me to just click something once and it runs the whole thing.. At the moment I am running each query individually... Somebody mentioned SSIS but I only have SQL Express and this is not supplied...

So I need to store the last months & last 5 days ccy tick prices in my Access Database.. I use Access as a front end to my SQL Express Database which holds all the records (to get around the 2 gig limit of Access)

I have linked the EURUSD5day and EURUSDMonth Tables in Express to Access via ODBC and happily it works fine on the Access side.. However everyday I need to open SQL Express Studio and click several queries to get these table updated...

So what I am asking is a way to automate the following queries....

1. Delete ImportTable (clear the records not actually delete the tables)
2. Delete EURUSD5day table
3. Delete EURUSDMonth table
4. Import .CSVfile to ImportTable
5. Append Import Table to EURUSD_all Table
6. Append EURUSD_all last 5 days data to EURUSD5day table
7. Append EURUSD_all last 30 days data to EURUSDMonth table


Thank you.... I have no idea if this is a really simple job or a difficult complicated one but I'm sure what I am asking is possible... In Access I use the built in Macro wizard to automate my access queries... but alas there is no equivalent in SQL Express...

Thanks for your time....

PP
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