What happens if I add or remove a column in the table in SQL Server?
It is possible to setup a connection to multiple SQL servers with SQL Spreads?
Can I set a default value on a column in SQL Spreads?
Does SQL Spreads supports linked server?
to import data in SQL Spreads, we recommend creating a SQL Server View where you put your SQL query and then select that View in the list of tables/views in the SQL Spreads Designer.
SQL Spreads will then detect any new or removed columns or changed data types.
New columns will be added as the last column. You can easily rearrange the columns in the SQL Spreads Designer by grabbing the small handle and move the new column to the desired position:
When using the Advanced Mode in SQL Spreads you can customize your import SQL query to use a linked server in SQL Server and in that way import data from two different servers into the same Excel document. All Database Mappings has to be to the same server.
To add a default value to a table column in SQL Server follow these steps:
- Open SQL Server Management Studio and connect to your SQL Server instance.
- Locate your table and right-click the table name. Then select Design option in the menu shown:
- Select the column for which you would like to add the default value. In the Column Properties window below your columns, enter your default value into the field Default Value or Binding:
- Click Save to save the changes to the table