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Posted Nov 21, 2005

Stored procedure: Simplify comma-separated value (CSV) exports

By Staff


This tip continues the system stored procedure series with a routine to create a comma-delimited file containing data from several columns.

A comma-delimited data file, also known as a comma-separated value (CSV) file, is typically opened with Microsoft Excel and it often contains a simple data extract. It gets its name from the fact that a comma is placed between adjacent column values within each row. Excel uses each comma as a signal to place the following value in the next column of the worksheet.

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