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How to import EXCEL data into existing table in SQL Server

How to import EXCEL data into existing table in SQL Server

How to import EXCEL data into existing table in SQL Server

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Hello

What is the best way to import EXCEL data into an existing table in SQL Server?

Thanks in advance for your help!

RE: How to import EXCEL data into existing table in SQL Server

It's going to depend to some extents on version of SQL server, version of Excel and how variable the spreadsheets will be (name of file, layout, number of sheets/tabs). Manual or automatic import?

(I still use DTS jobs created in SQL server 2000 that are called as SS agent jobs in SS2005)

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RE: How to import EXCEL data into existing table in SQL Server


Also is it a one off or repeted.

If it's a one off you can just (In SQL2008 at least)

Right Click the database in SSMS
Select Tasks
Select Import Data

Follow the wizard

You get the option at the end to either run or save the package. If you sacveit then you can tweak in and run it again if you nee dto,

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RE: How to import EXCEL data into existing table in SQL Server


Also is it a one off or repeted.

If it's a one off you can just (In SQL2008 at least)

Right Click the database in SSMS
Select Tasks
Select Import Data

Follow the wizard

You get the option at the end to either run or save the package. If you save it then you can tweak in and run it again if you nee dto,

I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by
Douglas Adams
(1952-2001)
 

RE: How to import EXCEL data into existing table in SQL Server


Also is it a one off or repeted.

If it's a one off you can just (In SQL2008 at least)

Right Click the database in SSMS
Select Tasks
Select Import Data

Follow the wizard

You get the option at the end to either run or save the package. If you sacveit then you can tweak in and run it again if you nee dto,

I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by
Douglas Adams
(1952-2001)
 

RE: How to import EXCEL data into existing table in SQL Server

Hi,

-Select Database and Right Click on it.
-Select Tasks and than Import Data.
-A wizard will appear.
-Select Microsoft Excel as Data Source and give your path of excel file.

Thanks,
Mark @ www.alliancetek.com

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