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  1. #1
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    Unanswered:

    you can use OSQL or BCP in a command line
    the command line is something like that :
    osql -UMyUser -PMyPwd -DMyDatabase -Slocal -i query.sql -o ficspool.txt -e

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    Erm.... thanks for that

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    spool?

    oye, Oracle..aren't they out of business yet?
    Brett
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    Daniel-san, spool on, spool off...

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    In the SQL Server Management Studio you can send your results to file and once your query is complete the filename and location can be specified.

    JeeKay

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