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Mauro CazabonnetFlag for United States of America asked on
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I'm trying to run a sqlcmd as follows

If I append say PRINT 'TEST' to the @command it errors out

What am I missing?

DECLARE  @command VARCHAR(256) 
DECLARE  @CommandText VARCHAR(512) 

SET @SQLCMD = 'SQLCMD -SLocalHost -E -Q ' 
SET @command = ':CONNECT SERVER1' 

SET @CommandText = @SQLCMD + '"' + @command + '"' 
PRINT @CommandText 

EXEC MASTER.dbo.Xp_cmdshell @CommandText

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