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SQL 2000 - BCP UTILITY

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I need to store in a CSV file the result of a procedure.

I am using the following command:

Exec master..xp_cmdshell 'bcp "EXEC Database.dbo.StoredProcedure" queryout "\\workstatio\c$\usuario.csv" -F1 -SServername -E -c'

I need the result to be separated by column. How can I do this?

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asked Mar 03 '10 at 11:33 AM in Default

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If you mean separated by comma, then use the '-t ,' option.

The default without specifying is tab - same as saying '-t \t'

MSDN BOL reference here

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answered Mar 03 '10 at 11:48 AM

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I do not want to be separated by comma. I need every column of the stored procedure is in a different column in the CSV.
Mar 03 '10 at 11:56 AM Felipe
You will have to use a comma or tab seperated. A CSV stands for "comma seperated values"????
Mar 03 '10 at 12:00 PM sp_lock
I'm sorry I don't understand your question - could you show some data as an example?
Mar 03 '10 at 12:18 PM Kev Riley ♦♦
possibly a column inbetween each result column ... ???
Mar 03 '10 at 12:51 PM Fatherjack ♦♦
Simple. For example, my procedure returns 2 columns: Column A and Column B. In the CSV file, the first column should contain the result of Column A and the second column should contain the result of Column B. Do you understand?
Mar 03 '10 at 01:20 PM Felipe
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