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The solution seem to be to first execute BCP manually, set prefix to 0 in the user dialog. And then use the generated .fmt-file as in this command: EXEC master..xp_cmdshell 'BCP "SELECT my_column FROM my_table WHERE my_id = 11 " queryout "C:\bcpdir\bcpout.xml" -T -f "C:\bcpdir\bcp.fmt'


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I had the same - somehow a windows or SQL Server update changed something and a previously successful build started failing. In my case it was access permissions to the folder containing the dat files that was failing. I could run the bcp from the command line and it worked but it failed from SQL Server. The SQL Service needs access to the folder, basically. ...



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