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Problem in importing data from text file into SQL Server 2008

Posted on 2013-05-23
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Hi Guys,

I used to run some stored procedures in SQL Server 2000. I used to save the output data in .txt file. Then I used to import the data from the text file into MS Access Database file.

But due to upgradation of my OS from Windows XP to Windows 7, I had to run those stored procedures in SQL Server 2008 now. I tries to repeat the same process mentioned above. But, after importing the data into MS access database, the very first record in the text file is imported with a tab appended before it.

Please find the attached image for better understanding.
Please provide your suggestions.
Thanks in advance
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Problem resolved..
We need to save the text file in ANSI encoded format to avoid the appending of tab..
while importing into access..
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