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Schedule stored procedure and save output to network drive

Find how to save stored procedure output to the network drive via SQL Server Management Studio.

Is it possible to schedule a stored procedure to run in SQL Server and save the output as a text file on the network drive?
Proc output is sent to a client application. You can save the stored procedure output from a query window in SQL Server Management Studio to a file on a network drive. Alternately, you can write a SQL CLR stored procedure to output to a file.
This was last published in December 2007

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