create a text file on a network folder using stored procedure and SQL server agent?

How do I use an existing SQL stored Procedure to schedule  and create a file on a particular network folder? trying not to use the SSIS.
Abdul KhanAsked:
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There is an article about creating files with SQL stored procedure:
You can use this code to create text file:
declare @cmd varchar(1000)
declare @filepath varchar(500) = 'c:\MyFolder\TextFile.txt'
SET @cmd = 'bcp "select 1 as test" queryout "' + @filepath + '" -c -UTF8 -T -Slocalhost'
EXEC master..xp_cmdshell @cmd

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Put  path of your network folder in variable  @filepath

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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Can you elaborate the use-case and context. It's pretty uncommon to do that. Especially as you need network privileges in this case, which is a security issue.

The "normal" approach without SSIS would be using a scheduled task using either PowerShell script or a command line batch using SQLCMD.
Abdul KhanAuthor Commented:
The above code worked fine. thanks.
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