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I run R language to generate data and need to load this data automatically automatically in SQL Server.Is this possible?
Posted 21-Jan-13 4:00am
digimanus 21-Jan-13 10:19am
what have you tried?

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I like to store stuff in SQL Server tables. Data can be just about anything and it can be stored using TSQL in numerous stages of conversion in a table. Large storage is available in ntext, binary, varbinary, etc ...

But first you've gotta load ... it.
CREATE TABLE [database].[rdata].[rfile](
CREATE TABLE [database].[rdata].[rfileIdx](
BULK INSERT [database].[rdata].[rfile]
INSERT INTO [database].[rdata].[rfileIdx]
   SELECT [strR] FROM [database].[rdata].[rfile]

If all goes well, you'll receive no red error messages and you'll have lines of "data" in an indexed table. I'll wager you'll run into the single line table next ...

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