Returning Multiple result sets to Excel

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I need to return a full result set including a number of Sum(s) Max(s) etc to an excel spreadsheet (don't ask why) from a Stored procedure on MS SQL2000. Problem is that Xcel can only handle a single result set per sheet... Any Ideas?
ASKED: March 7, 2005  5:14 PM
UPDATED: March 8, 2005  9:24 AM

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Create a temp table in the SP, populate it with the results of the query, then append the sum’s etc. You may have to add a dummy column or two that will be populated by the sum’s but not by the query. Then do a final SELECT * FROM temp table, kill the temp table and exit.

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  • PscJohnD
    Have you tried returning the full result table to Excel, then creating the Sum() and Max() results in a pivot table.
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