Thanks for this – I’m sure you’ll help others users in the future. CSV’ So I’d rather not going there. Having said this, there is a lot of chatter on the internet about this error – it seems that a whole ton of other people have had issues with this particular method and nobody really knows how to fix it. Tuesday, February 25, 8: It seems like the “System resource exceeded” message might be a red herring. Is it just the order that drivers are installed on the machine?

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Microsoft Sql Server Tips: Load data from CSV/flat file to SQL Server

Opening by specifying file name interface: I’ll go with “bulk insert” see my comments below. Wednesday, July 22, Sign in to vote. I just tried your exact same msdawql, and it still gave the same error. Thank you for taking the time to post.

Here are basic connection strings more examples and details can be found in the Internet:.

Will it cause the Issue.? No, I didn’t know.


Opening Text and CSV Files – Exportizer Documentation

msddasql This way is the most flexible one because it allows to specify many additional parameters in the connection string and override standard Exportizer connection behavior. Not an IT pro?

If I can understand why there might be two or them then I might be able to work out the problem. I’m sure if I reinstalled Win7 x64 it would start to work again. That option is not as simple as.

Wednesday, July 22, 7: Monday, February 24, 8: Msdaasql anyone successfully run this command on Win 7 x64? Thank you for your interest in this question. Thursday, August 6, 9: If you have problems with opening text or CSV file in Exportizer or its field structure is not as you expected, it probably means that the file does not have a schema describing its field structure or the schema was incorrectly defined.

I’m going to award the answer to you, as all I wanted to know is whether it works on Win7 x64 out of the box. Bulk insert is probably more reliable, as there are no dependencies it relies on microsogt contained inside Microsoft SQL Server R2. Did you consider using the BULK provider How can I find a method that should work on any machine?


Getting started with SQL Server https: The error you get seems to point at the driver itself not being recognized or not installed correctly rather than the file itself not being found. And here is the sample code within SSMS: Tuesday, July 28, 8: Edited by smetah Monday, February 24, 7: Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count.

But it is recommended basically for advanced users.

Tuesday, February 25, 8: Contango 40k 48 Having installed it and restarted my DB server instance, I’m still getting the above error. Thursday, July 23, 8: Office Office Exchange Server.