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Language: Enterprise
Expertise: Intermediate
Apr 13, 2000

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Use the OpenRowSet Function to Run a Query on a Remote SQL Server

You can use the OPENROWSET( ) function to run a query on a remote SQL server by using the following syntax:
 SELECT *FROM OPENROWSET('SQLOLEDB', 'remote_server_name'; 'sa'; 'password','SQL statement')
Here replace 'remote_server_name' with the name of the remote server on which you want to run the query. If necessary, replace 'sa' and 'password' with the name and password of a SQL login ID you want to use to log in to the remote server. Finally, replace 'SQL statement' with the SQL statement you want to run on the remote server.
Manoj K.
 
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