Export Sql Data To Text File

Feb 8, 2007

Hi all,

I am new to ssis. I try to create a package completely by vb.net to export a table in sql server to text file. i got the following error while i run the package,

An OLE DB error has occurred. Error code: 0x80004005.
An OLE DB record is available. Source: "Microsoft OLE DB Provider for ODBC Drivers"
Hresult: 0x80004005 Description: "[Microsoft][ODBC Driver Manager]
Data source name not found and no default driver specified".
The AcquireConnection method call to the connection manager "OLEDBSrc"
failed with error code 0xC0202009.
component "OLE DB Source" (1) failed validation and returned error code 0xC020801C.
One or more component failed validation.
There were errors during task validation.

i have posted my code below,

Dim pkg As New Package

Dim OLEDBConMgr As ConnectionManager

Dim FileConMgr As ConnectionManager

Dim SrcComponent As IDTSComponentMetaData90

Dim SrcInstance As CManagedComponentWrapper

Dim DesComponent As IDTSComponentMetaData90

Dim DesInstance As CManagedComponentWrapper

pkg.PackageType = DTSPackageType.DTSDesigner90

Dim e As Executable = pkg.Executables.Add("DTS.Pipeline.1")

Dim thMainPipe As TaskHost = e 'as Task Host

Dim DataFlowTask As MainPipe = thMainPipe.InnerObject 'as MainPipe

'---------------OLEDB Connection Manager

OLEDBConMgr = pkg.Connections.Add("OLEDB")

OLEDBConMgr.ConnectionString = "Data Source=srcServerName;Initial Catalog=srcDBName;Provider=SQLOLEDB.1;Integrated Security=SSPI;Persist Security Info=False;Auto Translate=False;"

OLEDBConMgr.Name = "OLEDBSrc"

OLEDBConMgr.Description = "OLEDB Connection to flightinfo database"

'---------------FlatFile Connection Manager

FileConMgr = pkg.Connections.Add("FLATFILE")

FileConMgr.ConnectionString = "//FilePath"

FileConMgr.Name = "FLATFILE"

FileConMgr.Description = "Flat File Connection to the file"

FileConMgr.Properties("DataRowsToSkip").SetValue(FileConMgr, 0)

FileConMgr.Properties("Format").SetValue(FileConMgr, "Delimited")

FileConMgr.Properties("ColumnNamesInFirstDataRow").SetValue(FileConMgr, False)

FileConMgr.Properties("Unicode").SetValue(FileConMgr, False)

FileConMgr.Properties("RowDelimiter").SetValue(FileConMgr, vbCrLf)

FileConMgr.Properties("TextQualifier").SetValue(FileConMgr, "<none>")

FileConMgr.Properties("HeaderRowsToSkip").SetValue(FileConMgr, 0)

FileConMgr.Properties("HeaderRowDelimiter").SetValue(FileConMgr, vbCrLf)

FileConMgr.Properties("CodePage").SetValue(FileConMgr, 1252)

'Create Source Component

SrcComponent = DataFlowTask.ComponentMetaDataCollection.[New]

SrcComponent.ComponentClassID = "DTSAdapter.OLEDBSource"

SrcComponent.Name = "OLEDB"

'Get the Design time instance of the component

SrcInstance = SrcComponent.Instantiate

'Initialize the component


'Specify the Connection Manager

If SrcComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection.Count > 0 Then

SrcComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection(0).ConnectionManagerID = OLEDBConMgr.ID

SrcComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection(0).ConnectionManager = DtsConvert.ToConnectionManager90(OLEDBConMgr)

End If

'Set the Custom Properties

SrcInstance.SetComponentProperty("AccessMode", 0)

SrcInstance.SetComponentProperty("OpenRowset", "[dbo].[srcTableName]")

'ReInitialize the metadata




'Create Destination Component

DesComponent = DataFlowTask.ComponentMetaDataCollection.[New]

DesComponent.ComponentClassID = "DTSAdapter.FlatFileDestination"

DesComponent.Name = "FLATFILE"

'Get the Design time instance of the component

DesInstance = DesComponent.Instantiate

'Initialize the component


'Specify the Connection Manager

If DesComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection.Count > 0 Then

DesComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection(0).ConnectionManagerID = FileConMgr.ID

DesComponent.RuntimeConnectionCollection(0).ConnectionManager = DtsConvert.ToConnectionManager90(FileConMgr)

End If

'ReInitialize the metadata




Dim path As IDTSPath90 = DataFlowTask.PathCollection.[New]

path.AttachPathAndPropagateNotifications(SrcComponent.OutputCollection(0), DesComponent.InputCollection(0))

' Get the destination's default input and virtual input.

Dim input As IDTSInput90 = DesComponent.InputCollection(0)

Dim vInput As IDTSVirtualInput90

vInput = input.GetVirtualInput()

'Iterate through the virtual column collection.

Dim vColumn As IDTSVirtualInputColumn90

' Iterate through the virtual input column collection.

For Each vColumn In vInput.VirtualInputColumnCollection

' Call the SetUsageType method of the destination

' to add each available virtual input column as an input column.

DesInstance.SetUsageType(input.ID, vInput, vColumn.LineageID, DTSUsageType.UT_READONLY)


' Verify that the columns have been added to the input.

For Each inputColumn As IDTSInputColumn90 In DesComponent.InputCollection(0).InputColumnCollection



Dim pkgResult As DTSExecResult

pkgResult = pkg.Execute

Is there anybody know it? plz help me.



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