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Posted - 09/19/2000 :  11:01:26  Show Profile  Visit AskSQLTeam's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Amit writes "What is the exact syntax for storing output of a Stored Procedure or a query in a text file. I was trying bcp utility, but is giving error. Thanks in anticipation"

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how can I write an array using asp

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Posted - 10/24/2000 :  17:15:02  Show Profile  Visit graz's Homepage  Reply with Quote

About the best you can do in SQL 7 is to use CSV's to impersonate Arrays. Your best bet is to use a temp table. They are as close as you can get and really fast.

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Posted - 02/18/2009 :  18:07:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
They probably didn't have it in SQL Server 7, but BCP has a "QUERYOUT" feature in 2k and above.

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