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How to escape "greater than or less than" symbol in DTEXEC Command?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 05, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

I have DataFolwTask... I am executing it from a stored procedure


Following is the Command…


dtexec /sq name1 /ser Serve1 /SET \package.Variables[User::SourceQuery].Properties[Value];"\"SELECT 272 data_load_id, POLICYNUM, POLICYID , 23 as accgrpname, INCEPTDATE, expiredate,0 as premium, 0 as sumlimit,0 as Attachment from dbo.Table1 where POLICYID > 1\""


This create an error… if we put > or < in where clues.

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