The Select Source Table and Views window allows choosing one or more tables and views from which you want to export SQL Server data to an Excel file by clicking the check box next to the name of the table/view: As it may be noticed, as soon as the check box next to a table/view is checked, the name of the table/view will be copied under the Destination column.
This name represents the name of the sheet where the data from the table will be put, this name can be changed to whatever you like, but for now, it will be left as it is: To preview which data will be generated to an Excel file, click the Preview button: After choosing which tables/views data will be copied to an Excel file, click the Next button: On the Save as Run Package window, check the Run immediately check box and click the Next button: The Complete the Wizard window shows all options that are chosen for exporting operations.
The last SQL Server Import and Export Wizard window shows the state of the data have been successfully exported or some errors occurred during exporting data: In our case, the data were successfully generated into the SQL file in the Dim Scenario sheet: The Transact-SQL OPENROWSET can be used to export SQL Server data to an Excel file via SSMS.In the grid, all available tables and views will be listed. Dim Scenario) and click the Next button to proceed.On this window, leave everything as it is and press the Finish button: In the Import Data dialog, choose the Table radio button, under the Where do you want to put the data?I need to load the data from excel to a table in SQL Server 2008 and automate the , If there is a new record or and update to the existing record in the source excel it should be automatically update the SQL Table. Then use SSIS or bulkinsert to import the textfilein a staging table to compare with existing data. Make a macro in Excel which opens the file and save the sheet with the dataas a TAB separated textfile. Swetha you could write something with VSA to update the database as a new row is you could create a ssis package that read the file after it has been saved and loads the updates into the depends on how 'automatic' you need If you know VBA in Excel write the code to open the database and insert the data from Excel in a table. I never use SSIS to import data from a native Excel file.Once data was changed in Excel you may want to synchronise your database with the changes applied in Excel.After all these options are set, click the Next button to proceed.This will open the Choose a Destination window in which can be specified where to copy data from the data source: In the Destination drop down box, choose the Microsoft Excel item.section, choose the Existing worksheet radio button and press the OK button: After pressing the OK button, the data from the Dim Scenario table will be copied to the SQL file: Using the Export to Excel feature from Apex SQL Complete, a free add-in for SSMS and Visual Studio, exporting data from the SQL Server table to an Excel file can be done by one click.In a query editor, type and execute the following code: This will open a new Excel workbook and the selected data from the Results grid will be copied in the first worksheet: More about exporting to Excel via Apex SQL Complete can be found on the Export to Excel page.