There are many ways to push data from SQL Server to Google Sheets, including using Python or Google Apps Script. While Python is great for a heavy SQL query, I find it a bit of a hassle when it comes to scheduling. Meanwhile, Google Apps Script works perfectly well for middle-size SQL queries and the triggers make it very simple to schedule, there is also no need to use any API.
In this article, I will share with you how to push data from MS SQL Server to Google Sheets using Google Apps Script and the tips I learned when implementing the solution.
Continuing the SQL theme this post from Trang Nguyen Ngoc provides a useful overview and introduction for connecting to a MS SQL databases using JDBC service. The post is particularly useful as it contains some tips if you encounter issues with connection.
[Note: there have been some issues recently with the JDBC service and if you encounter problems we recommend checking the issuetracker]
Source: Import data from MS SQL Server to Google Sheets using Google Apps Script
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