SQL Server Integrations

  • Add new SQL Server rows to a Google Sheets spreadsheet

    Using a SQL Server based application to store and manage important data? If you need to report or analyse your data, Zapier can automatically add new SQL Server rows to a Google Sheets spreadsheet as they are created. After this integration is set up, new records added to your SQL Server contact database from that point forward will be added to your Google Sheets spreadsheet as new rows.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing SQL Server rows into Google Sheets, only new rows after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new record capturing data is added to a SQL Server database
    2. Zapier adds that data to a Google Sheets spreadsheet as a new row

    What You Need

    • A SQL Server database
    • A Google Sheets account
  • Add new Google Sheets spreadsheet rows to a SQL Server database

    A Google Sheets spreadsheet is a quick, easy and convenient way to collate data from different sources. Zapier can automatically add this data into a SQL Server database as you capture the data. You must have a row of column headers and at least one entry in your spreadsheet when you set up the integration. So to get started, simply create a spreadsheet with a row of column headings to match your data needs, and at least one row of data.

    Once you set up this integration, new Google Sheet spreadsheet rows added from that point forward are individually added to your SQL Server database as new records.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't create SQL Server rows from Google Sheets spreadsheet rows that already exist in the spreadsheet, only rows added to the bottom of the spreadhsheet after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new spreadsheet row is added to the bottom of the Google Sheets spreadsheet
    2. Zapier adds the data in that row to SQL Server as a new record

    What You Need

    • A Google Apps account
    • A SQL Server database
  • Write new Facebook Lead Ads leads to SQL Server rows

    Need to create a dynamic sales pipeline? Automate your Facebook Lead Ads data with this integration. After you set it up, every new lead will be automatically added as a row in SQL Server. Your lead data will be right where you need it.

    How this Facebook Lead Ads-SQL Server integration works

    1. A new lead is captured in Facebook Lead Ads
    2. Zapier writes a new row to SQL Server

    Apps involved

    • Facebook Lead Ads
    • SQL Server
  • Create SQL Server rows from new Google Forms responses

    Form responses potentially have a lot of valuable data, why not store that in a deeper database? Connect your responses to your own database and store them exactly the way you need to.

    Note: To use this integration you'll need a live form that's set up to collect responses in a spreadsheet.

    How this Google Forms-SQL Server integration works

    1. You have a new form response
    2. Zapier creates a new row in your database

    Apps involved

    • Google Forms
    • SQL Server
  • Add new Webhook POST requests to a SQL Server database

    Zapier's Webhooks integration allows you to integrate to any app that supports webhooks. Add a Zapier webhook URL to that app to automatically receive a POST request when certain things happen in the app.

    With this integration, Zapier can use the request data to automatically create a new SQL Server database record when the request is received. Once you set up this Webhook to SQL Server integration, new webhook requests received from that point forward are individually added as new records in the database. It's the perfect way to store data from webhooks in your SQL Server database.

    How It Works

    1. Your app sends a request containing data to your Zapier webhook URL
    2. Zapier adds that request data to your SQL Server database as a new record

    What You Need

    • An app that is able to send POST requests to a webhook
    • A SQL Server account
  • Add new GravityForms submissions to a SQL Server database

    Now you can use WordPress and GravityForms as a front end to your SQL Server database. GravityForms enables advanced form building in WordPress, and Zapier can monitor your account and add new form submissions to your SQL Server database as they are submitted.

    After this integration is set up, new GravityForms submitted from that point forward will be saved as new records in a SQL Server database.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing GravityForms submissions into SQL Server, only new submissions after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new GravityForms entry is submitted
    2. Zapier adds data from the form submission to the SQL Server database

    What You Need

    • A GravityForms account
    • A SQL Server database
  • Add MailChimp subscribers from SQL Server rows

    Using a SQL Server database to manage contact data? Zapier can automatically add new SQL Server rows to your MailChimp account as new subscribers. After this integration is set up, new records added to your SQL Server contact database from that point forward will be added as new subscribers to MailChimp.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing SQL Server rows into MailChimp, only new rows after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new record capturing contact data is added to a SQL Server database
    2. Zapier adds that data to MailChimp as a new subscriber

    What You Need

    • A SQL Server contact database
    • A MailChimp account
  • Add new JotForm submissions to a SQL Server database

    Making forms and integrating them with your site is a breeze with JotForm. With Zapier you can automatically capture new form submissions and save them as new records in a SQL Server database. You can add a front end to your database without having to do any development!

    After this integration is set up, new JotForm entries submitted from that point forward will be saved as new records in a SQL Server database.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing JotForm submissions into SQL Server, only new submissions after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new JotForm entry is submitted
    2. Zapier adds data from the form submission to the SQL Server database

    What You Need

    • A JotForm account
    • A SQL Server database
  • Send Email messages when new SQL Server rows are added

    Using a SQL Server based application and need to send notifications when new records are created? Zapier can monitor your SQL Server database and automatically generate an email message when new records are added.

    After this integration is set up, new records added to your database from that point forward will trigger an email message. The email to address can be saved to your Zapier integration, or can be automatically picked up from the database record.

    Note: You can include any data from the database record in your email message.

    How It Works

    1. A new record is added to a SQL Server database
    2. Zapier sends an email message with data from the database record

    What You Need

    • A SQL Server contact database
  • Add new SurveyMonkey responses to SQL Server as new rows

    Don't manually copy SurveyMonkey response into your SQL Server database—let Zapier do that for you automatically. Use this Zapier automation to help you manage your data by automatically importing your responses into your SQL server. Once you set up this SurveyMonkey-SQL integration, the responses gathered from your surveys on SurveyMonkey will automatically be placed into your SQL database.

    *Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import already completed responses from SurveyMonkey to SQL, only new responses after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A survey is completed in SurveyMonkey
    2. Zapier creates a new row in SQL

    What You Need

    • SurveyMonkey account
    • SQL Server
  • Send Gmail messages when new SQL Server rows are added

    Using a SQL Server based application and need to send Gmail alerts or responses when new records are created? Zapier can monitor your SQL Server database and automatically generate a Gmail message when new records are added.

    After this integration is set up, new records added to your database from that point forward will trigger a Gmail message. The email to address can be hard coded, or can be automatically picked up from the database record.

    Note: You can include any data from the database record in your email message.

    How It Works

    1. A new record is added to a SQL Server database
    2. Zapier sends a Gmail message with data from the database record

    What You Need

    • A SQL Server database
    • A Gmail account
  • Add new Wufoo form submissions to a SQL Server database

    You can use Wufoo as a front end to your SQL Server database. Wufoo is a fast and convenient way to create data capture forms and embed them in websites and web pages. Use Zapier to automatically add these Wufoo form submissions to your SQL Server database.

    After this integration is set up, new Wufoo forms submitted from that point forward will be saved as new records in a SQL Server database.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing Wufoo form submissions into SQL Server, only new submissions after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new Wufoo form is submitted
    2. Zapier adds data from the form submission to the SQL Server database

    What You Need

    • A Wufoo account
    • A SQL Server database
  • Create new ActiveCampaign subscribers from new SQL Server (MSSQL) rows

    If you're keeping track of contact lists in the cloud with SQL Server (MSSQL), the copy-and-paste routine can get really old, really fast. Use this MSSQL ActiveCampaign integration to automatically add new ActiveCampaign subscribers from new rows in SQL Server.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't add existing rows to ActiveCampaign, only new rows after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new row is added to SQL Server
    2. Zapier adds this as a new contact in ActiveCampaign

    What You Need

    • SQL Server account
    • ActiveCampaign account
  • POST new SQL Server rows to a webhook URL

    Need all that SQL Server data routed to your webhook pipeline? Set up this Zap and we'll handle everything for you automatically. It will trigger whenever you add a new row to your SQL Server database from then on, making a POST to your chosen webhook URL with all the information you need to keep your pipeline moving efficiently.

    How It Works

    1. A new row is added to SQL Server
    2. Zapier automatically makes a POST to a webhook URL

    What You Need

    • SQL Server account
  • Add new Email Parser emails to a SQL Server database

    You can use automated email messages as a data source for your SQL Server database. Set up extraction rules with an Email Parser template and Zapier can automatically add the data extracted to your SQL Server database as new records. You can include any extracted data in setting up the new record.

    Once you set up this integration, new emails received in your Email Parser mailbox from that point are added to SQL Server as new records.

    How It Works

    1. A new email is received by an Email Parser mailbox
    2. Zapier adds the email data to your SQL Server database as a new record

    What You Need

    • A Zapier Email Parser account with a parser template set up
    • A SQL Server database
  • Add new Formsite form entries to SQL Server

    Need to update your SQL Server database with the information from a Formsite form? Turn on this Formsite SQL Server integration and Zapier will do it for you, automatically adding a new row to your SQL Server with all the data from every new Formsite form result you receive.

    How This Formsite-SQL Server Integration Works

    1. A new Formsite form entry is received
    2. Zapier adds a new row to SQL Server

    What You Need

    • Formsite account
    • SQL Server account
  • Add new Mailparser.io emails to a SQL Server database

    Mailparser.io is an easy way to extract data out of automated emails. Once you set up extraction rules, use Zapier to automatically add the data extracted to your SQL Server database as new records. You can include any extracted data in your new database records.

    Once you set up this integration, new emails received in your Mailparser.io mailbox from that point are added to SQL Server as new records. It's the perfect way to log your most important email messages.

    How It Works

    1. A new email is received by a mailparser.io inbox
    2. Zapier adds the extracted email data to your SQL Server database as a new record

    What You Need

    • A mailparser.io account with an inbox and parser rules set up
    • A SQL Server database
  • Add SQL Server rows from new GoCanvas submissions

    By placing your GoCanvas submission data directly into your own SQL database you will save a tremendous amount of time compared to a manual process. Once the data is in your own SQL database, you have the flexibility to do even more with your data. You can combine your GoCanvas data with data from other systems, or use a reporting tool to gain valuable insight into your GoCanvas data.

    Note: This will not pull data from completed submissions, only new submissions made after turning this Zap on.

    How It Works

    1. You have a new submission in GoCanvas
    2. Zapier creates a new row in SQL Server

    What You Need

    • GoCanvas account with at least one published GoCanvas App
    • SQL Server account
  • Send Mandrill emails when new SQL Server rows are added

    Using a SQL Server database to manage contact data? Zapier can automatically send Mandrill emails to those contacts as they are added to the database. After this integration is set up, new records added to a contact database from that point forward will generate an email to the contact.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't send emails to existing contacts in the database, only new contacts added after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new record capturing contact data is added to a SQL Server database.
    2. Zapier sends an email to that contact.

    What You Need

    • A SQL Server contact database
    • A Mandrill account
  • Add new SQL Server rows for new SurveyGizmo responses

    If that SurveyGizmo is going straight to a SQL Server database, there's no point in waiting for someone to transfer it over—just automate the connection. Once this SuryeyGizmo SQL Server integration has been activated, a new row will be added to SQL Server for each new response on SurveyGizmo, keeping everything organized and up to date for your records at all times.

    How It Works

    1. A new SurveyGizmo response is received
    2. Zapier automatically adds a new SQL Server row

    What You Need

    • SurveyGizmo account
    • SQL Server account
  • Add new Cognito Forms submissions to a SQL Server database

    Cognito Forms allows you to quickly build a website form without having to do any development. You can use Zapier to integrate Cognito Forms as an automatic front end to your SQL Server database.

    After this integration is set up, new Cognito Forms submitted from that point forward will be saved as new records in a SQL Server database.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import existing Cognito Forms submissions into SQL Server, only new submissions after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new Cognito Forms entry is submitted
    2. Zapier adds data from the form submission to the SQL Server database

    What You Need

    • A Cognito Forms account
    • A SQL Server database
  • Add rows to a SQL Server table with new Infusionsoft contacts

    A healthy database guarantees your apps have access to the information they need, when they need it. It doesn't have to take any daily upkeep effort on your part, either. Set up this automation, and Zapier will do the rest. It will trigger with each new contact you add on Infusionsoft, automatically adding them to a new row on your SQL Server database for your archives.

    How this Infusionsoft-SQL Server integration works

    1. A new contact is added to Infusionsoft
    2. Zapier automation adds a row to a table on SQL Server

    Apps involved

    • Infusionsoft
    • SQL Server
  • Send Mandrill emails for new rows on SQL Server

    Whether you're planning an election campaign or launching a new startup, reaching out to new customers quickly is essential, but doing so manually can quickly become a full-time job. Save yourself the effort and put some Zapier automation on the job — once active, this Zap will trigger whenever a new row is added to your SQL Server table, automatically sending out your Mandrill email to each user while you're free to focus elsewhere.

    How It Works

    1. A new row is added to a SQL Server table
    2. Zapier automatically sends a Mandrill email

    What You Need

    • SQL Server account
    • Mandrill account
  • Add new cleaned MailChimp subscribers to a SQL server database

    If you to get more insights into your email list and who is cleaned from the list. This Zap will automatically add a new row to a SQL Server database whenever a new cleaned subscriber is created in MailChimp.

    How this MailChimp-SQL Server integration works

    1. A new cleaned subscriber is created in MailChimp
    2. Zapier creates a new row in SQL Server

    Apps involved

    • MailChimp
    • SQL Server
  • Send email messages via SMTP when new SQL Server rows are added

    Want to send email messages from your SQL Server based application? Zapier can monitor your SQL Server database and automatically send an email message through your SMTP server when new records are added.

    After this integration is set up, new records added to your database from that point forward will trigger an email message. The email to address can be hard coded, or can be automatically picked up from the database record.

    Note: You can include any data from the database record in your email message.

    How It Works

    1. A new record is added to a SQL Server database
    2. Zapier sends an SMTP message with data from the database record

    What You Need

    • A SQL Server database

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SQL Server Integration Details
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Launched on Zapier October 26, 2012

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New or Updated Row") and Actions (like "Update Row") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following SQL Server Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New or Updated Row

Triggered when a new row is added or modified.

New Row (Custom Query)

Triggered when new rows are returned from a custom query that you provide. Advanced Users Only

New Row

Triggered when you add a new row.

New Column

Triggered when you add a new column.

New Table

Triggered when you add a new table.

Find Row via Custom Query

Finds a row in a table via a custom query you control.

Find Row

Finds a row in a table via a lookup column.

Update Row

Updates an existing row.

New Row

Adds a new row.

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