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Yes, stay away from the sp_OA* OLE Automation procedures. If you want / need to handle this purely within SQL Server then you can do so using SQLCLR, which replaces the sp_OA* OLE Automation procedures. And if you aren't using xp_cmdshell for anything else, then no need to enable it just for this (although to be fair, if using SQL Agent, then a CMD step ...


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I do that using xp_cmdshell. You can export data from SQL job and then you can zip using that stored procedure. The best way is to run a bat file for zip. REMARK: to use that sp you need that it is allowed (on SQL Server level) and you must have permissions to run it.



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