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Max length of a csv line

Posted on 2014-04-01
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Hi EEEE:

   I am exporting data from a MS SQL 2008 into a csv using SSIS that selects all rows of a view. I noticed that the count(*) of the view didnt match the csv. Its likely because there is a max length for a line and thats being exceeded by certain rows which is forcing a newline and a separate additional row.

Could you tell me what the max length of a row is and how to fix this issue?
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Question by:LuckyLucks
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Are you sure there are no line feeds in your data?
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by:LuckyLucks
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Its a select * from the view...so there shouldn't be a linefeed. How can I verify this?
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Something like this:

SELECT * FROM some_table
WHERE CONTAINS(some_field, char(13)) OR CONTAINS(some_field, char(10))
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by:Anthony Perkins
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How many rows in the VIEW and how many rows in the CSV?
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