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linking sql 2008 to ms excel 2007

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Hi Experts

if u linked sql data tables to ms excel 2007 and wanted any updates in sql to be reflected in excel....

Whats the best approach to tackling this. ..
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Unfortunately as far as I'm aware you can not replicate/mirror SQL to EXCEL syncronuosly but...you could design some SSIS package to run it via a SQL job periodicaly to update(refresh) your excel document(s) (assuming sufficient permissions were granted).
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Thanks for the feedback...
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