Updating a sql recordset using php onecare not updating

03 Apr

Even at 100 records, the CASE method is BARELY faster.So in general, I feel the INSERT method is both best and easiest to use.The queries are smaller and easier to read and only take up 1 query of action. Bonus stuff: The solution for the INSERT non-default-field problem is to temporarily turn off the relevant SQL modes: first if you plan on reverting it. SQL files to remove php interpreter overhead There is a setting you can alter called 'multi statement' that disables My SQL's 'safety mechanism' implemented to prevent (more than one) injection command.Using SSIS, this tutorial will show how to create a Package that will push data from a view on a SQL Server to an Excel file. Right Click on the Excel Destination and select Edit. Click on the New button to set a new connection and type a new File Path when the Excel Connection Manager opens.select * into SQLServer Table FROM OPENROWSET('Microsoft. OLEDB.4.0', 'Excel 8.0; Database=D:\testing.xls; HDR=YES', 'SELECT * FROM [Sheet1$]') I need to start reading the excel data from a certain point in the excel file. If need be I could read the entire excel file, not use headers, search for the value in B35 that I want to start at by using 'WHERE F1 like' but I'd prefer not to.thanks.M can anyone add some specific sql/vbscript syntax to look at one specific cell? Hover over the OLE DB Source and pull the green arrow to connect it to the Excel Destination.The Create Table pop up box will appear with a SQL statement to create a new table matching all of the columns from the OLE DB Source in the Excel Workbook.

Edit: Findings of Dakusan prove that my performance estimations are not quite valid.

Unlike with other samples on the internet, they use a lot of code to do a very simple task.

Here’s a sample of the code to display the RDLC Report programmatically.

Exporting the data into Excel can be done with BCP authors out c:\-c -S"TITANIC\LOCAL" -Usa -P""With Regards Sreenivas Reddy B madhivanan, I'm assuming that this code:insert into OPENROWSET('Microsoft. OLEDB.4.0', 'Excel 8.0; Database=D:\testing.xls;', 'SELECT * FROM [Sheet Name$]') select * from SQLServer Tableis exporting from a local SQLServer to an excel file on the same machine. TIA, Shawn Originally posted by Code Horsemadhivanan, I'm assuming that this code:insert into OPENROWSET('Microsoft. OLEDB.4.0', 'Excel 8.0; Database=D:\testing.xls;', 'SELECT * FROM [Sheet Name$]') select * from SQLServer Tableis exporting from a local SQLServer to an excel file on the same machine.

I have a web application where I need to do a backup of a table on a web server and dump the data into an excel file on the user's machine. Perhaps I'm missing something but just for kicks I've copy the code below, changed the xls location, and the FROM table but I'm unsuccessful in getting this to work. I have a web application where I need to do a backup of a table on a web server and dump the data into an excel file on the user's machine. Do you know if in addition to identifying the excel sheet name you could state which cell to start at?