Processing Last Created/modified Files From A Location Using SSIS Package

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We have a scenario to process last created/modified files from a location using SSIS package , eventhough the folder contains multiple files with same name and extension.

Kindly give respond to this if any one has worked on this.

Regards,
Sajesh

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Code Snippet

using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Data.SqlClient;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime;
using PipeLineWrapper = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Pipeline.Wrapper;
using RuntimeWrapper = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper;

namespace SumCodeApp
{
class SumCodeApp
{
// Variables.
private Package package;
private ConnectionManager flatFileConnectionManager;
private ConnectionManager destinationDatabaseConnectionManager;
private Executable dataFlowTask;
private List<String> srcColumns;

int file_count;
SqlConnection connection;

String folder_path;
String username;
String password;
String DB_server;
String catalog;

// Default Constructor.
public SumCodeApp()
{
}

// Constructor taking in user info.
public SumCodeApp(String folder_path, String username, String password,
String DB_server, String catalog)
{
this.folder_path = folder_path;
this.username = username;
this.password = password;
this.DB_server = DB_server;
this.catalog = catalog;
}

private void CreatePackage()
{
package = new Package();
package.CreationDate = DateTime.Now;
package.ProtectionLevel = DTSProtectionLevel.DontSaveSensitive;
package.Name = "SumCode Package";
package.Description = "Upload the SumCode files to the database";
package.DelayValidation = true;
package.PackageType = DTSPackageType.DTSDesigner90;
}

private void CreateFlatFileConnection()
{
String flatFileName = ".1105.csv";
String flatFileMoniker = "FLATFILE";
flatFileConnectionManager = package.Connections.Add(flatFileMoniker);
flatFileConnectionManager.Name = "SSIS Connection Manager for Files";
flatFileConnectionManager.Description = String.Concat("SSIS Connection Manager");
flatFileConnectionManager.ConnectionString = flatFileName;

// Set some common properties of the connection manager object.
//flatFileConnectionManager.Properties["ColumnNamesInFirstRow"].SetValue(flatFileConnectionManager, false);
flatFileConnectionManager.Properties["Format"].SetValue(flatFileConnectionManager, "Delimited");
flatFileConnectionManager.Properties["TextQualifier"].SetValue(flatFileConnectionManager, """);
flatFileConnectionManager.Properties["RowDelimiter"].SetValue(flatFileConnectionManager, "
");
flatFileConnectionManager.Properties["DataRowsToSkip"].SetValue(flatFileConnectionManager, 0);

// Create the source columns into the connection manager.
CreateSourceColumns();
}

private void CreateSourceColumns()
{
// Get the actual connection manager instance
RuntimeWrapper.IDTSConnectionManagerFlatFile90 flatFileConnection = flatFileConnectionManager.InnerObject as RuntimeWrapper.IDTSConnectionManagerFlatFile90;

RuntimeWrapper.IDTSConnectionManagerFlatFileColumn90 column;
RuntimeWrapper.IDTSName90 name;

// Fill the source column collection.
srcColumns = new List<String>();
srcColumns.Add("CreateDate");
srcColumns.Add("CorpID");
srcColumns.Add("SumCodeID");
srcColumns.Add("Priority");
srcColumns.Add("SumCodeAbv");
srcColumns.Add("SumCodeDesc");
srcColumns.Add("SumCodeGroupID");

foreach (String colName in srcColumns)
{
column = flatFileConnection.Columns.Add();
if (srcColumns.IndexOf(colName) == (srcColumns.Count - 1))
//column.ColumnDelimiter = "
";
column.ColumnDelimiter = "{CR}{LF}";
else
//column.ColumnDelimiter = ",";
column.ColumnDelimiter = "Comma {,}";

name = (RuntimeWrapper.IDTSName90)column;
name.Name = colName;

column.TextQualified = true;
column.ColumnType = "Delimited";
column.DataType = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType.DT_STR;
column.ColumnWidth = 0;
column.MaximumWidth = 255;
column.DataPrecision = 0;
column.DataScale = 0;

}

}

private void CreateDestinationDatabaseConnection()
{
destinationDatabaseConnectionManager = package.Connections.Add("OLEDB");
destinationDatabaseConnectionManager.Name = "Destination Connection - SumCodeCorpGroup";
destinationDatabaseConnectionManager.Description = "Connection to the temporary table SumCodCorpGroup";
destinationDatabaseConnectionManager.ConnectionString = "Data Source=DIVWL-356KCB1;Initial Catalog=SumCode;Provider=SQLOLEDB;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=sum;Password=code";
}

public class Column
{
private String name;
private Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType dataType;
private int length;
private int precision;
private int scale;
private int codePage = 0;

public String Name
{
get { return name; }
set { name = value; }
}

public Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType DataType
{
get { return dataType; }
set { dataType = value; }
}

public int Length
{
get { return length; }
set { length = value; }
}

public int Precision
{
get { return precision; }
set { precision = value; }
}

public int Scale
{
get { return scale; }
set { scale = value; }
}

public int CodePage
{
get { return codePage; }
set { codePage = value; }
}
}

private Column GetTargetColumnInfo(string sourceColumnName)
{
Column cl = new Column();
if (sourceColumnName.Contains("CreateDate"))
{
cl.Name = "CreateDate";
cl.DataType = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType.DT_STR;
cl.Precision = 0;
cl.Scale = 0;
cl.Length = 255;
cl.CodePage = 1252;
}
else if (
sourceColumnName.Contains("CorpID"))
{
cl.Name = "CorpID";
cl.DataType = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType.DT_STR;
cl.Precision = 0;
cl.Scale = 0;
cl.Length = 255;
cl.CodePage = 1252;
}
else if (sourceColumnName.Contains("SumCodeID"))
{
cl.Name = "SumCodeID";
cl.DataType = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType.DT_STR;
cl.Precision = 0;
cl.Scale = 0;
cl.Length = 255;
cl.CodePage = 1252;
}
else if (sourceColumnName.Contains("Priority"))
{
cl.Name = "Priority";
cl.DataType = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType.DT_STR;
cl.Precision = 0;
cl.Scale = 0;
cl.Length = 255;
cl.CodePage = 1252;
}
else if (sourceColumnName.Contains("SumCodeAbv"))
{
cl.Name = "SumCodeAbv";
cl.DataType = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType.DT_STR;
cl.Precision = 0;
cl.Scale = 0;
cl.Length = 255;
cl.CodePage = 1252;
}
else if (sourceColumnName.Contains("SumCodeDesc"))
{
cl.Name = "SumCodeDesc";
cl.DataType = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType.DT_STR;
cl.Precision = 0;
cl.Scale = 0;
cl.Length = 255;
cl.CodePage = 1252;
}
else if (sourceColumnName.Contains("SumCodeGroupID"))
{
cl.Name = "SumCodeGroupID";
cl.DataType = Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.Wrapper.DataType.DT_STR;
cl.Precision = 0;
cl.Scale = 0;
cl.Length = 255;
cl.CodePage = 1252;
}
return cl;
}

private void CreateDataFlowTask()
{
String dataFlowTaskMoniker = "DTS.Pipeline";
dataFlowTask = package.Executables.Add(dataFlowTaskMoniker);

}

public void ImportFile(String directory_path)
{
// Create the package.
CreatePackage();

// Create Flat File Source Connection.
CreateFlatFileConnection();

// Create Database Destination Connection.
CreateDestinationDatabaseConnection();

// Create DataFlowTask.
CreateDataFlowTask();

// Create the DataFlowTask
PipeLineWrapper.IDTSComponentMetaData90 sourceComponent = ((dataFlowTask as TaskHost).InnerObject as PipeLineWrapper.MainPipe).ComponentMetaDataCollection.New();
sourceComponent.Name = "Source File Component";
sourceComponent.ComponentClassID = "DTSAdapter.FlatFileSource";

PipeLineWrapper.CManagedComponentWrapper managedFlatFileInstance = sourceComponent.Instantiate();
managedFlatFileInstance.ProvideComponentProperties();
sourceComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection[0].ConnectionManagerID = flatFileConnectionManager.ID;
sourceComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection[0].ConnectionManager = DtsConvert.ToConnectionManager90(flatFileConnectionManager);

managedFlatFileInstance.AcquireConnections(null);
managedFlatFileInstance.ReinitializeMetaData();


Dictionary<String, int> outputColumnLineageIDs = new Dictionary<String, int>();
PipeLineWrapper.IDTSExternalMetadataColumn90 exOutColumn = null;

foreach (PipeLineWrapper.IDTSOutputColumn90 outColumn in sourceComponent.OutputCollection[0].OutputColumnCollection)
{
exOutColumn = sourceComponent.OutputCollection[0].ExternalMetadataColumnCollection[outColumn.Name];
managedFlatFileInstance.MapOutputColumn(sourceComponent.OutputCollection[0].ID, outColumn.ID, exOutColumn.ID, true);
outputColumnLineageIDs.Add(outColumn.Name, outColumn.ID);
}
managedFlatFileInstance.ReleaseConnections();


String a = sourceComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection[0].Name.ToString();
String b = sourceComponent.OutputCollection[0].Name;
String c = sourceComponent.OutputCollection[0].Description;
String d = sourceComponent.OutputCollection[0].OutputColumnCollection.Count.ToString();

// Create DataFlowTask Destination Component.
PipeLineWrapper.IDTSComponentMetaData90 destinationComponent = ((dataFlowTask as TaskHost).InnerObject as PipeLineWrapper.MainPipe).ComponentMetaDataCollection.New();
destinationComponent.Name = "OLEDB SQL Connection";
destinationComponent.ComponentClassID = "DTSAdapter.OLEDBDestination";

PipeLineWrapper.CManagedComponentWrapper managedOleInstance = destinationComponent.Instantiate();
managedOleInstance.ProvideComponentProperties();

// Create a path and attach the output of the source to the input of the destination.
PipeLineWrapper.IDTSPath90 path = ((dataFlowTask as TaskHost).InnerObject as PipeLineWrapper.MainPipe).PathCollection.New();
path.AttachPathAndPropagateNotifications(sourceComponent.OutputCollection[0], destinationComponent.InputCollection[0]);

destinationComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection[0].ConnectionManagerID = destinationDatabaseConnectionManager.ID;
destinationComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection[0].ConnectionManager = DtsConvert.ToConnectionManager90(destinationDatabaseConnectionManager);

managedOleInstance.SetComponentProperty("AccessMode", 0);
managedOleInstance.SetComponentProperty("OpenRowset", "[SumCode].[dbo].[SumCodeCorpGroup]");
managedOleInstance.SetComponentProperty("AlwaysUseDefaultCodePage", false);
managedOleInstance.SetComponentProperty("DefaultCodePage", 1252);
managedOleInstance.SetComponentProperty("FastLoadKeepIdentity", false); // Fast load
managedOleInstance.SetComponentProperty("FastLoadKeepNulls", false);
managedOleInstance.SetComponentProperty("FastLoadMaxInsertCommitSize", 0);
managedOleInstance.SetComponentProperty("FastLoadOptions","TABLOCK,CHECK_CONSTRAINTS");

managedOleInstance.AcquireConnections(null);
managedOleInstance.ReinitializeMetaData();

PipeLineWrapper.IDTSInput90 input = destinationComponent.InputCollection[0];
PipeLineWrapper.IDTSVirtualInput90 vInput = input.GetVirtualInput();

foreach (PipeLineWrapper.IDTSVirtualInputColumn90 vColumn in vInput.VirtualInputColumnCollection)
{
//if (outputColumnLineageIDs.ContainsKey(vColumn.LineageID.ToString()))
//{
managedOleInstance.SetUsageType(input.ID, vInput, vColumn.LineageID, Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Pipeline.Wrapper.DTSUsageType.UT_READONLY);
//}
}

List<String> tmp = new List<String>();
foreach(PipeLineWrapper.IDTSInputColumn90 inc in destinationComponent.InputCollection[0].InputColumnCollection)
{
tmp.Add(inc.Name);
}



PipeLineWrapper.IDTSExternalMetadataColumn90 exColumn;
foreach (PipeLineWrapper.IDTSInputColumn90 inColumn in destinationComponent.InputCollection[0].InputColumnCollection)
{
exColumn = destinationComponent.InputCollection[0].ExternalMetadataColumnCollection[inColumn.Name];
Column mappedColumn = GetTargetColumnInfo(exColumn.Name);
String destName = mappedColumn.Name;

exColumn.Name = destName;

managedOleInstance.MapInputColumn(destinationComponent.InputCollection[0].ID, inColumn.ID, exColumn.ID);
}

managedOleInstance.ReleaseConnections();

DTSExecResult result = package.Execute();
a = "0";
}

}
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