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Hi,

I am looking for ways to import multiple Excel files in a local hard drive
into SQL Server database. Can somebody give me some pointers?

I would prefer to do this in C# Windows Application, knowing that DTS can
probably give me what I want.

TIA
Jan 19 '06 #1
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Ed,

You can access DTS through C#, since DTS is exposed as a set of COM
components, you just have to set the references in your C# project to those
components.

Hope this helps.
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Hi,

I am looking for ways to import multiple Excel files in a local hard drive
into SQL Server database. Can somebody give me some pointers?

I would prefer to do this in C# Windows Application, knowing that DTS can
probably give me what I want.

TIA

Jan 19 '06 #2

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