SQL 2012 :: Null Values In Text Qualifier Error

May 27, 2014

I am working on SSIS Packages. I have raw files in which data is in text qualifier.

When I am trying to load files into database it's throwing me error when there is no values in text qualifier.

For Example. "Others","0","0"," "," "

If I have the value above in raw files. SSIS Package throwing me error in " " this column.

Saying Data Conversion failed.

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In SQL 2005 if i was trying to insert some data with a text qualifier inside a text qualified field, it would work, for example:

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To get around this, we are having to import the data into a Dirty Data column of aTEMP table, ID, Dirty Data, Clean data - perform multiple updates and change the text qualifier and ensure they are only changed in the right places so we can keep the ". In this example, we changed the text qualifier to PIPES.

After these updates, we then export the data from CLEAN data back out to CSV, then reimport it into the origional destination table with a new text qualifer.

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We believe this is a valid text, but apparently SSIS doesn't
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Is there a work around, and why wont SSIS redirect the row?

We believe the reason is that the field before is not text quaified (which is of course specified in the connection manager).

Thanks in advance,

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