Please try these too..
1. Enter the data into an Excel spreadsheet
1) First, enter the data into an Excel spreadsheet.
2. Start the SQL Import and Export Wizard
1) Next, in Windows, start the Import and Export Wizard at Start / All Programs / Microsoft SQL Server 2008/ Import and Export Data.
The Welcome page appears. Click Next.
3. Chose your Excel spreadsheet as the Data Source
1) In the Data Source dropdown of the Choose a Data Source page, select Microsoft Excel.
2) In the Excel file path box, specify the file path to the Excel spreadsheet.
3) Select the the version in the Excel version dropdown.
4) Make sure that First row has column names is checked.
4. Chose your SQL database as the destination
1) In the Destination dropdown list, accept the default setting of SQL Server Native Client 10.0.
2)In the Server name dropdown list, enter the name of the server. The example is a remote server, so the IP address and port of the server were specified.
3) Chose the Authentication type. The example is a remote server, so SQL Server authentication, with a user name and password, is required.
4) In the Database dropdown list, select or type the name of the database.
5. Specify how to copy the data
1)The default option, Copy data from one or more tables or views, works for this example.
2) If you want to try the second option, Write a query to specify the data to transfer, the following lolcode snippet may be instructive:
CAN HAS SQL?
DBASE IZ GETDB('db/demo.db')
FUNNAHS IZ DBUCKET(&DBASE&,"CAN I PLZ GET * ALL UP IN lollit")
IM IN UR FUNNAHS ITZA TITLE
VOTEZ IZ &TITLE#ups& - &TITLE#downs&
6. Select the source tables and views
1) The default settings as shown work in this example.
2) In the Destination column, you can specify a different name for the table in the SQL database if you choose.
3)Click Preview to see how your data will appear in the destination table.
4)You can click Edit Mappings to change how your data is assigned at the destination table, but it shouldn't be necessary in this example since you entered the data into the Excel spreadsheet yourself.
7. Run the "Package"
8. Verify that the package executed successfuly
1)Click Report to view useful information about the data transfer process.
9. View the new table in SQL Server Management Studio
1) View your new table by opening Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Management Studio at Start / All Programs / Microsoft SQL Server 2008/ Import and Export Data.
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