This SQL Server tutorial explains how to use SQL Server command sqlcmd to run a Transact-SQL script file.
Developers should use sqlcmd to connect to a named instance of Microsoft SQL Server first and after they can run Transact-SQL script file. A Transact-SQL script file is a text file that can contain a combination of Transact-SQL statements, sqlcmd commands, and scripting variables. To run the script file, developers should follow the next steps:
1. Open a command prompt window.
2. In the Command Prompt window, type:
sqlcmd -S server\instance -i C:\script.sql
Where server is SQL server name, instance is SQL instance name and script.sql is Transact-SQL script file.
3. Press ENTER
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