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This is really neat - I read in SQL Server Magazine that a company called WestClinTech created a product that loads in tons of Excel functions into T-SQL. It's basically composed of SQLCLR functions that you load in, covering math, statistics, business functions and more. Very nice if your org uses Excel heavily - and who doesn't!
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I saw your post about WestClinTech providing Excel functions in SQL Server.
QueryCell is a product that I recently released, it kind of does the reverse, allows you to query excel data using SQL.
There is a short video introduction at www.querycell.com
I would be interested in any feedback you had, positive or negative.