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From: Simon Haven <Simon dot Haven at wdr dot com>
Subject: Re: How can I get the speed I need?
Date: Jul 20 1999 12:59PM

You could create a view of the columns you want, in the format and order you want them, and then BCP that out (depending on which version of Sybase you're running)

I've done this many times and it saves a lot of pain.

Hope that helps,
Simon Haven


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how about select into?


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