Can someone guide me to import data from Excel Sheet to SQL Server
from SQL Server Tables to EXCEL.
Hi @SumanKoduri ,
The screenshot below for importing data from Excel table to SQL Server:
The screenshot below for importing data from SQL Server to Excel table:
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Thank you its working fine, but I had an issue regarding...when we are trying to import Integer values into oracle / sql server from Excel showing error . Could you please help me to import int values.
Hi , Can you please show the screenshot of insert row shape?
Hi - new to Power Automate and trying to do this as well. Issue I'm having is around the options to fill in on the Get worksheets step. I'm trying to pull data from a network share into an on-prem sql server db. Whenever I get to the Excel piece after I select List rows present in a table it gets confusing as it appears to be asking for a sharepoint site. Could you point me in the correct direction around these options for a network share?
Thanks for the Excel-to-DB Flow. but this loads only a partial number of records. I need to load at least 8000 records each time ( and the data will Continue to grow each month).
Is there a way to upload ALL data and in BULK using powerautomate?
you can check the pagination threshold
You have to have installed the On-prem data gateway on the server with the shared folders, then you enter in the shared file location.
Is it possible to alter the first step (Excel table to SQL) like this:
Button -> List rows in Excel table -> Apply to Each -> Condition 1: for new row, insert row into SQL; Condition 2: for a modified row, update existing SQL row; Condition 3: for a deleted row, can this be chosen to keep or remove from SQL row?
If anyone needs to insert, update, or delete large amounts of data to SQL, then you can try this batch SQL CRUD template:
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