sp_generate_inserts para sql server 2008


stored procedure que crea inserts para una tabla X


Example 1: To generate INSERT statements for table ‘titles’:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts ‘titles’
Example 2: To ommit the column list in the INSERT statement: (Column list is included by default)
NOTE: If you have too many columns, you are advised to ommit column list, as shown below, to avoid erroneous results
EXEC sp_generate_inserts ‘titles’, @Include_Column_List = 0
Example 3: To generate INSERT statements for ‘titlesCopy’ table from ‘titles’ table:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts ‘titles’, ‘titlesCopy’
Example 4: To generate INSERT statements for ‘titles’ table for only those titles which contain the word ‘Computer’ in them:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts ‘titles’, @From = “from titles where title like ‘%Computer%'”
Example 5: To specify that you want to include TIMESTAMP column’s data as well in the INSERT statement:
NOTE: By default TIMESTAMP column’s data is not scripted
EXEC sp_generate_inserts ‘titles’, @Include_Timestamp = 1
Example 6: To print the debug information:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts ‘titles’, @debug_mode = 1
Example 7: If you are not the owner of the table, use @owner parameter to specify the owner name:
NOTE: To use this option, you must have SELECT permissions on that table
EXEC sp_generate_inserts Nickstable, @owner = ‘Nick’
Example 8: To generate INSERT statements for the rest of the columns excluding images:
NOTE: When using this otion, DO NOT set @include_column_list parameter to 0
EXEC sp_generate_inserts imgtable, @ommit_images = 1
Example 9: To generate INSERT statements for the rest of the columns excluding IDENTITY column:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts mytable, @ommit_identity = 1
Example 10: To generate INSERT statements for the top 10 rows in the table:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts mytable, @top = 10
Example 11: To generate INSERT statements only with the columns you want:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts titles, @cols_to_include = “‘title’,’title_id’,’au_id'”
Example 12: To generate INSERT statements by ommitting some columns:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts titles, @cols_to_exclude = “‘title’,’title_id’,’au_id'”
Example 13: To avoid checking the foreign key constraints while loading data with INSERT statements:
NOTE: The @disable_constraints option will disable foreign key constraints, by assuming that the source data is valid and referentially sound
EXEC sp_generate_inserts titles, @disable_constraints = 1
Example 14: To avoid scripting data from computed columns:
EXEC sp_generate_inserts MyTable, @ommit_computed_cols = 1

Don’t Stop Here

More To Explore