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Re: SQL table recreation

by simonm (Vicar)
on Jan 05, 2005 at 18:13 UTC ( #419684=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to SQL table recreation

I'm not sure which way is best, but there are certainly many ways to do this from Perl. One example, using my DBIx::SQLEngine module:
my $sqldb = DBIx::SQLEngine->new( $dbi_dsn, $user, $passwd ); push @sql, [ $sqldb->sql_create_table( $tablename, $sqldb->detect_table( $tablename ) ) ]; push @sql, $sqldb->visit_select( table => $tablename, sub { [ $sqldb->sql_insert( values => (shift) ) ] } );

The @sql array now contains a create table and several insert statements, each as a reference to an array of a SQL statement followed by a number of placeholder parameter values.

(This is not specific to MS SQL Server, so you'll probably achieve better results with one of the Windows-specific solutions others have posted, but I thought it'd be good to include a Perl implementation.)

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