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Exporting SQL Server Tables to Excel Programmatically from .NET

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server

Honestly I am a bit confuse where to post this question, whether Excel Forum, SQL Server forum, or .NET forum.

I need to export certain table from SQL Server DB to an excel file, programmatically trigger from .NET. It means, at my application, I can select a few tables (let say 3 tables: customer, product, category) and when I click "Export to Excel" button, it exports to an excel file with 3 different sheet according to the table I selected.

I know there are many way to achieve that as I find:

While those solution provids customizable solution from code, it also require quite lots of effort. Whereby, in my case, I don't need any customization, so

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