Integration Services :: How To Get Content Of Cache Connection Manager In Script Component By Code
Jul 27, 2015
ConnectionManager manager = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.DtsConvert.GetWrapper(base.Connections.Connection);
IDTSConnectionManagerCache100 cache = manager.InnerObject as IDTSConnectionManagerCache100;
if (cache != null)
System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox.Show("Cache is found.");
IDTSConnectionManagerCacheColumn100 id = connMgr.Columns["Id"]; get the column info.
but how do i get the cache connection content ?I want to look in the content in a script component code.
After adding Service Reference to WebService, the Script Component has Binary Code not found, red circle not showing these are the steps I followed:
1) Add Script Component as Source 2) Add 3 x Output Columns Col1,2 and 3 3) Add HTTP Connection URL>..Binary Code not found, red circle showing 4) Add test code to Sub CreateNewOutputRows Dim i As Integer = 6 Binary Code not found, red circle not showing 5) Add Service Reference URL...Binary Code not found, red circle showing again
Should just adding Service Reference cause Binary Code not found, red circle to appear. I have to set precompilescripttobinary option , however cannot see this option in 2012
I use SQL Server 2012 and visual studio 2010.I created SSIS Project with task "Execute Package". Control flow view as: Package1 (execute package) -> Package2 (data flow).Data flow in Package2 view as: ADO.NET source -> ADO.NET destination.
When I started Package2, it's work. I havn't errors.But when I started Package 1 I have error "Unable to get managed connection from the Connection Manager runtime". In execution log I see that ADO.NET source produced this error on verification stage. Package failed on verification stage, not on execution stage.Why when I started Package 2 it work, but when I started Package1 (and Package1 started Package2) it failed?
I have an existing SSIS package created on another workstation. It connects to and updates data in a DB2 database. I'm only making one very minor change to the package, so I want to change this package as little as possible.When I try to open the existing db2 connection manager in the package on my workstation, I get 'The specified provider is not supported.Please choose different provider in connection manager'.
On the properties box, I get the following on the connectionString for the existing connection manager (data source and userid changed to "private"):Data Source=PRIVATE;User ID=private;Provider=IBMDADB2.DB2COPY1;Persist Security Info=True;
I tried loading the 32 and 64 bit db2 drivers (but I may have done something wrong). I still couldn't get the original db2 connection manager to open, I tried to add a new connection manager,
Data Source=PRIVATE;Provider=IBMDADB2 Advanced Page..This has 'Provider=IBMDADB2 Advanced Page.;' instead of Provider='IBMDADB2.DB2COPY1', and doesn't let me enter a userid and password, which I need to be able to do.
I'm using SSDT 2012 to create SMO Connection Manager for transferring server objects. However the connection is not working, it always returns error message something like "server is not found". I tried to connect multiple servers, with both Windows and SQL authentications, none of them works. I found the SMO.dll is already installed in the specific folder on my development machine. What would be the reason of this error?
Edited---Added the error message below. I can connect the server using OLEDB or ADO.NET. So my question is, is there a service, protocol or port .... to get SMO Server ready for responding?
I have an SSIS package that uses an FTP connection manager. When running the package in BIDS, it runs fine and maintains the password for the remote ftp site's user account. Once I deploy the package and attempt to run it, it fails with the following error:
Started: 4:06:15 PM Error: 2015-08-27 16:06:20.09 Code: 0xC001602A Source: Export and FTP New Jobs Connection manager "FTP Connection Manager" Description: An error occurred in the requested FTP operation. Detailed error description: The password was not allowed End Error Error: 2015-08-27 16:06:20.09 Code: 0xC002918F Source: FTP Jobs Listing to Concur FTP Task Description: Unable to connect to FTP server using "FTP Connection Manager". End Error DTExec: The package execution returned DTSER_FAILURE (1).
I've tried Don't Save Sensitive With Password and that still fails.
Does the FTP connection manager just not retain passwords outside of BIDS?
I create a connection to an OLE db source and use SQL Server authorization and save the password, the connection manager seems to "forget" the password. That is, when I click the 'save password' check box, and do a test connection, it connects fine. But as soon as I close that connection window, and reopen it, the password box is empty, and the 'save password' box is still checked.
While using the connection manager name in the SSIS component (say script task) the connection is failing . As a workaround, the whole connection string has been put in a variable and used that variable in the SCRIPT task.
Is it a bug or some other property need to be set to use ConnectionManager Name .
User A creates the SSIS Package and provides the password for the connection manager for a task (for OLE DB source) with SQL authentication.
When User B tries to run the SSIS package, the error is thrown as : The package may be damaged.
On typing the password again inside the connection manager, the execution occurs successfully. Is there any workaround to save the password permamanently for the connection manager rather than each user entering it in order to run the package ?
How to use variables in Connection Manager's properties? I see some replies through Configuration Package. But what if, it is still in development stage? I mean, can I use the Variable tab and create some variables like
Then put them in Password and UserName property of Connection Manager? If this is possible, how and how can I set the values of those variables I mentioned when I am going to deploy the package in the Production?
I am getting the following error when trying to EDIT a OLEDB Connection Manager. I am using VS2010. Im not coming up with any answers to this problem. I just reinstalled SQL SERVER CLIENT TOOLS 2012 That includes the SQL DATA TOOLS/VS 2010 But I still receive this error.
Error:Unable to find the requested .Net Framework Data Provider. It may not be installed. (System.Data)
Can we disable a flat file connection manager in a ssis package just as how we can disable a OLE db task? When I try to disable the flat file by clicking on work offline its gets disabled which is what i expected , but when i close the package and reopen it again its again enabled , is this the way that a flat file connection manager works.
I have a very basic / stripped connection manager with only one property (SSIS 2012). It works fine in design time (you can open the connection manager editor and change the value), but in runtime it only works in 32bit mode. The runtime-validate-method does work, but if everything validates OK then in 64bit it throws an error when you run the package:
Exception deserializing the package "The package failed to load due to error 0xC0011008 "Error loading from XML. No further detailed error information can be specified for this problem because no Events object was passed where detailed error information can be stored.". This occurs when CPackage::LoadFromXML fails.
The 2 VS projects are .Net 4 class library projects with the Build Platform on "Any CPU"
I only add references to: Microsoft.SqlServer.ManagedDTS - C:WindowsMicrosoft.NETassemblyGAC_MSILMicrosoft.SqlServer.ManagedDTSv4.0_22.214.171.124__89845dcd8080cc91 Microsoft.SqlServer.ManagedDTS.dll Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Design -
I'm working in VS 2010 for SSIS 2012. I have a project whose deployment is done via project deployment to SSISDB. I've got a local flatfile connection manager within one of its packages. When I deploy I'm unable to override the file name property in either package configuration or job step configuration on the SQL Server. If the flatfile connection were at the project level, I could. Not sure of the rationale for this or maybe I'm doing something wrong.
URL....I'm having a problem with Integration Services Tutorials SSIS Tutorial: Creating a Simple ETL Package Lesson 2: Adding Looping (step 3).I can't add a variable to Sample Flat File Source Data.Right-clicking on the connection manager just shows two items of the property: File Name and File Path and nothing else.I am using MS Visual Studio Ultimate 2012. Does it have limitations? I've see screenshots where properties of flat file managers have many more options.
I have a requirement wherein I have to setup the flat file connection manager to accept columns on fly. Meaning I want to retrieve list of columns/column count from the database when the package is run and set the connection manager with those many columns.
I need to process a 2012 Excel file. In SSIS Connection Manager, I am only given an option until Excel 2007 version. When I use this in my connection for Excel Source, I am prompted with this error when I attempt to select the name of the sheet:
"Could not retrieve the table information for the connection manager 'Excel Connection Manager'.
Failed to connect to the source using the connection manager 'Excel Connection Manager'"
I am trying to dynamically change my initial catalog in a SSIS project. Each day I get a snapshot of data from the production server. I am performing ETL on that database and loading it into my warehouse. I am trying to put something together so that each day I get the latest snapshot and if its newer then my most recent one I pass that new catalog into the connection manager. I can already run the sql script to compare the two catalogs but I can't populate the connection manager.
I am working with SQL Server 2012. I have deployed a SSIS project that has 2 packages in it. The package connection manager (Test) uses an expression to evaluate one of the Project parameter value (TestConnectionString) to set its ConnectionString property.
This works fine in a Dev environment. However when deployed to UAT, it keeps failing with the error:
PackageExport:Error: The result of the expression "@[$Project::TestConnectionString]" on property "Package.Connections[Test].Properties [ConnectionString]" cannot be written to the property. The expression was evaluated, but cannot be set on the property.
I can not seem to find what the issue could be. I have come across [URL] .... where it says: "If the package contains project parameters, the package execution may fail." but offers no solution.
I have deployed my packages into Sql Server and I am using Configuration File. As my Data Source is Excel, I have changed the connection string during deployment with Server Path. But I am getting the following errors. Actually the File Exist in Path. May I know What is cause of the issue? Do I need to give any permission to execute the package.
SSIS Error Code DTS_E_CANNOTACQUIRECONNECTIONFROMCONNECTIONMANAGER. The AcquireConnection method call to the connection manager "Excel Connection Manager" failed with error code 0xC0202009. There may be error messages posted before this with more information on why the AcquireConnection method call failed.
component "Excel Source Service Contract Upload" (1) failed validation and returned error code 0xC020801C.
One or more component failed validation.
There were errors during task validation.
DTS_E_OLEDBERROR, Error Code: 0x80004005 Source: "MS JET DB Engine" Description : Path is not valid
I have a linked server setup in dev environment which is pointing to ORACLE server of a third-party. I m on sql server 2008 r2 and using BIDS 2008 for building an SSIS package which would pull data from oracle and do a look up in SQL server table to get a final extract. Now the query which pulls data from a single table from linked server is like the one below
select * from [oracle linked server ]..dbo.tablename a left join mySQLSERVERtable b on a.id=b.id
Note:I can execute this query on SSMS as the linked server is setup -[oracle linked server ] and I have sql oledb connection manager for dev environment already configured in my ssis package .
My questions are do I need to create a SSIS CONNECTION manager specifically for linked server in my ssis package ?
Are there any best practices which we follow when using linked servers in this context ? I am thinking will the join suffer performance issue and what kind of exceptions I need to write when the linked server connection is broken.
I have an expression based project connection manager in an existing package and updating Packet Size parameter.
After update and clicking on OK, Packet Size value reverts back to 0 (which is old value). This connection manager is used by lot of Dataflow tasks in my package and recreating the connection manager and updating the reference is not a viable option.
I've developed a package that is working well at development machine from VS 2013 for a sample flat file. Also, over development machine, I've deployed it to SSISDB catalogue and even from there also it is running well for the same file.When the same package is deployed to production server's SSISDB catalogue database, it throws following error while processing the same sample flat file, “Unable to retrieve column information from the flat file connection manager”
I have created a simple SSIS package using the Import / Export wizard. I have, in Connection Manager, created a DataReaderSrc connection using .Net ProvidersODBC Provider to connect to my exising DSN name of AMPFM which is an ODBC connection to a InterSystems Cache Database. It test successfully but fails when I run the package with the error at the bottom of this text. I have also tried the following connection string which also tests successfully but then fails when I run the package:
I am working on SQL Server 2005 (x64) with Windows Server 2003 (x64) operating system. I am having a major issue in SSIS. Here is the detailed explanation of the issue :
I have an EXCEL file in 2003 / 2007 version. It contains some data. I want to import the data using SSIS into SQL Server 2005 (x64) database table. I have taken "EXCEL FILE SOURCE" and "SQL Server DESTINATION". It was failed on importing data. Surprisingly it works fine in SQL Server 2005 (x32). Can you please explain why it is NOT woking on (x64) ?
Here is the error code i am getting:
[Excel Source ] Error: The AcquireConnection method call to the connection manager "Excel Connection Manager" failed with error code 0xC0202009.
We have a development server and someone went ahead and deleted the BuiltinAdministrators account in SSRS 2008 R2. I would like to know if, as a local admin of the server, I can recover content manager access to the SSRS instance.
I am using a lookup and full cache, occasionally i get this warning:[Lookup ] Warning: The component "Lookup" (150) encountered duplicate reference key values when caching reference data. This error occurs in Full Cache mode only. Either remove the duplicate key values, or change the cache mode to PARTIAL or NO_CACHE. Now I know it is only a warning but it is highlighting a real issue.Is there a way of capturing that this has happened?