Integration Services :: Split Delimited Values Into Multiple Columns

May 21, 2015

I was to split each record into multiple columns. The problem is some records need to be split into only 1 column, others may need to be split into more. Also need to remove the "/"'s. This is all dependent  on where a "/" is found. Been beating my head for a while and getting nowhere.


create table #foo (myPK int, c1 nvarchar(425))
insert into #foo values (1,'/folder1')
insert into #foo values (2,'/lvl1/folder2')
insert into #foo values (3,'/folder1/lvl2/folder3')
insert into #foo values (4,'/f1/folder2/lvl3/fldr4')

Should return as:




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May 22, 2015

I have a field 'IsActive' which is bit type either 1 or 0. And in my package, the conditional split must be set something like


And throws exception that condition evaluated as NULL where Boolean was expected. How i can make this work?

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Oct 12, 2014

I have one scenario

Col1. Col2
1. A,b,c,df,ghf
2. C,b
3. B

Output should be

Col1. Col2
1. A
1. B
1. C
1. Df
1. Ghf
2. C
2. B
3. B

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Sep 4, 2015

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[Execute SQL Task] Error: Executing the query "SELECT  isnull(ID ,0) AS ID FROM DataLoadParameter..." failed with the following error: "The type of the value (DBNull) being assigned to variable "User::LoadValue" differs from the current variable type (Int32). Variables may not change type during execution. Variable types are strict, except for variables of type Object.". Possible failure reasons: Problems with the query, "ResultSet" property not set correctly, parameters not set correctly, or connection not established correctly.

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Sep 30, 2015

I have a delimited text file with 650+ columns. The sum of the column lengths of a single row, if fully populated, exceeds 30K bytes.  The "killer" fields lengthwise are the "Description" fields. If they were removed from the input file, the remainig columns would occupy about 5000 bytes, which is within SQL max row length. 

Can SSIS be used to created these two tables? (one without  description fields, the other with those field but arranged vertically in the table rows).

The fundamental issue is I can not import a single file row into a sql table because that row length could exceed the max byte count for a row.

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Here is my requirement, How to handle using SSIS.

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I have SP which accept 3 parameters ID, Key, Date

NOTE: Key is the coulm name from the Excel. So my sp call look like

sp_insert ID, Key1, date
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Is there a way I can extract the values from the string into two separate columns?

XYZ0001 Test_b
XYZ0002 Test_a
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Split Function To Separate Comma Delimited Values Into A Table

Oct 21, 2012

I have a stored procedure that is passed two values. Both are strings representations of GUID values, the first is a single value, the second is a comma delimited string of values.In the stored procedure I call a split function to separate the comma delimited values into a table and this is used in my WHERE clause to filter my select results.This is an example:

item.uiGUID as ItemGUID,
stores.strStoreName as Store,
location.strLocationName as Location
FROM tblItems as item
INNER JOIN tblStoreLocations as location
ON item.uiLocationGUID = location.uiGUID
INNER JOIN tblStores as stores
ON location.uiStoreGUID = stores.uiGUID
WHERE CAST(item.uiGUID as varchar(36)) IN (SELECT Value FROM dbo.Split(',',@ItemGUIDList))

When I run this query in the management studio, passing a list of 5 values in the second parameter, my results include one item for each of the 5 values. However, when I pass the parameters from my ASP project, (I've verified the values I think are being passed are indeed being passed), I only get one item.I believe the error is in my split function. Both split functions return the same results in the SQL management studio, but only one returns the correct results in the the ASP project.

When I use this version of the function it returns the correct table values to the calling application, but it chokes when the item list does not have a trailing comma. I figure that to be a bug in the SQL function.

( @Delimiter varchar(5),
@List varchar(8000)
RETURNS @TableOfValues table
( RowID smallint IDENTITY(1,1),
[Value] varchar(50)


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I have a situation where i need to unpivot multiple columns  using ssis. The data looks like

Name  Age  products1 products2  orders1 orders2
abc      23    cycle        radio          12         24
Name  Age  Products   orders
abc     23      cycle       12
abc    23       radio       24

Is it possible to do this using the unpivot task in ssisMy actual data is  has 18 columns which needed to be unpivoted into one and another 18 into another one.when using unpivot task it gives an error saying only one pivotvalue key is allowed.

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Jun 16, 2015

Here is a requirement. Need to update the columns in the tables with the latest values available in CSV.

The file is based on department so the list of tables which is under this department all the corresponding tables needs to updated.

The CSV file which is dynamic in nature the number of columns changes it has header of the columns that needs to be updated.

The destination tables are listed under department table for each department. So I have to update the columns in the tables with the values in csv.

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Jul 9, 2015

we can  assign one parameter value for each excecution of  [SSISDB].[catalog].[set_object_parameter_value] by calling this catalog procedure..

Example: If I have 5 parameters in SSIS package ,to assign a value to those 5 parameters at run time should I call this [SSISDB].[catalog].[set_object_parameter_value] procedure 5 times ? or is there a way we can pass all the 5 parameters at 1 time .

1. Wondering if there is a way to pass multiple parameters in a single execution (for instance to pass XML string values ??)
2.What are the options to pass multiple parameter values to ssis package through stored procedure.?

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Jun 13, 2008

I'm working on a sales commission report that will show commissions for up to 5 sales reps for each invoice. The invoice detail table contains separate columns for the commission rates payable to each rep, but for some reason the sale srep IDs are combined into one column. The salesrep column may contain null, a single sales rep id, or up to five slaes rep IDs separated by the '~' character.

So I'd like to parse the rep IDs from a single column (salesreplist) in my invoice detail table (below) to multiple columns (RepID1, RepID2, RepID3, RepID4,RepID5) in a temp table so I can more easily calculate the commission amounts for each invoice and sales rep.

Here is my table:

invoicenum int,
salesreplist [text] NULL,
reprate1 int NULL,
reprate2 int NULL,
reprate3 int NULL,
reprate4 int NULL,
reprate5 int NULL,

Here is some sample data:

1 A 0 0 0 0 0
2 0 0 0 0 0
3 I~~~~ 15 0 0 0 0
4 A~B 5 5 0 0 0
5 I~F~T~K~G 5 5 2 2 2
6 A~B

As you can see, some records have trailing delimiters but some don't. This may be a result of the application's behavior when multiple reps are entered then removed from an invoice. One thing for sure is that when there are multiple reps, the IDs are always separated by '~'

Can anyone suggest a solution?

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I've to write a function to return a comma delimited values from a table columns

If a table has Tab1 ( Col1,Col2,Col3).

E.g. as below ( the columnName content I want to use as columns for my pivot table

@vCat NVARCHAR(4000)
SELECT @PList += N', [' + [ColumnName] +']'
FROM [ETL].[TableDef]
WHERE [IsActive] = 1
AND [Category] = @vCat

I want out put to be as below, I am getting this output from the select query independently by declaring @Plist variable and passing @vcat value, now I want it to be returned from a function when called from a select query output ,Colum1,column2,....

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I have a pipe delimited flat file having column headers with varying length which needs to be inserted into tables:
1|12|ABC123|MCKDMC|DCDMCD|CDMKMCSD| Hello This is a description.
1|12|ABC123|MCKDMC|DCDMCD|CDMKMCSD| Hello This is a description data could not able to map 

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I say only 50 because some of the pipe-delimited fields can supposedly have a max of 250 characters so I'm concerned about potential data truncation. Unless someone has another thought I plan to manually set those OutputColumnWidth fields to 250.

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Oct 22, 2014

I have a table structure where there are multiple "/" separated values in two columns that I need to parse out into single records.

INSERT INTO CONFIGNEW(PlanID, GroupID, SubGroupID, ExternalCode) VALUES('101/201', '000005', 'LAA/OCA/UCA/XCA', '1', 'M231_1)

[Code] .....

The results I am looking to achieve are:


Is there an SQL statement that can be used to accomplish this?

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AppId Gender
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2 y

3 x, y
4 x, y, z

I need to transform like this:
AppID Gender
1 x
2 y
3 x
3 y
4 x
4 y
4 z

How to do this?

Thanks in advance

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I have list (in an input file) where each row is about 20K in size (so it can't be stored in a sql table). I want to convert the list into a table as shown below:

pk1,  c1, d1, c2, d2, c3, d3,......
pk2   c1,d1,c2,d2,c3,d3.....

where "pk" denotes a primary key and in a given row (c1,c2.c3,...) are all distinct. ("c" are columns names, "d" is the associated data)

after: (desired conversion)

I was planning to have SSIS pull in the "before" data, run a custom C# program in SSIS against it to massage the data to vertical (3-column format), then export the massaged data to a new text file. The new text file would later be imported into a sql table using SSIS. 

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Jan 28, 2008

Hi all,
I have a requirement like this  ,
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I have to split this into 3 more columns like(Address1,name,phoneno)--
Means i have 4 columns including Address Column.(Address,Address1,name,phoneno)
Address1:Univercity Road
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How can i acheive this one with out data lose in Address Column.
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2 I am a doctor

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1 2 grammer
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Feb 7, 2006


Hoping someone here can help. Perhaps I'm missing something obvious, but I'm surprised not to see a data flow task in SSIS for splitting *columns* to different destinations. I see the Conditional Split task can be used to route a *row* one way or another, but what about columns of a single row?

As a simple and somewhat contrived example, let's say I have a row with twelve fields and I'm importing the row into a normalized data structure. There are three target tables with a 1-to-1 relationship (that is, logically they are one table, but physically they are three tables, with one of them considered the "primary" table), and the twelve input fields can be mapped to four columns in each of the three tables.

How do I "split" the columns? The best way I can see is to Multicast the row to three different OLE-DB Destinations, each of which inserts to one of the three target tables, only grabbing the four fields needed from the input row.

Or should I feed the row through three successive OLE-DB Command tasks, each one inserting into the appropriate table? This would offer the advantage, theoretically, of allowing me to grab the identity-based surrogate primary key from the first of the three inserts in order to enable the two subsequent inserts.


Thanks in advance,

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So I have been trying to get mySQL query to work for a large database that I have. I have (lets say) two tables Table_One and Table_Two. Table_One has three columns: Type, Animal and TestID and Table_Two has 2 columns Test_Name and Test_ID. Example with values is below:

Type Animal TestID
Mammal Goat 1
Fish Cod 1
Bird Chicken 1
Reptile Snake 1
Bird Crow 2
Mammal Cow 2
Bird Ostrich 3

Test_name TestID
Test_1 1
Test_1 1
Test_1 1
Test_1 1
Test_2 2
Test_2 2
Test_3 3

In Table_One all types come under one column and the values of all Types (Mammal, Fish, Bird, Reptile) come under another column (Animals). Table_One and Two can be linked by Test_ID

I am trying to create a table such as shown below:

Test_Name Bird Reptile Mammal Fish
Test_1 Chicken Snake Goat Cod
Test_2 Crow Cow
Test_3 Ostrich

This should be my final table. The approach I am currently using is to make multiple instances of Table_One and using joins to form this final table. So the column Bird, Reptile, Mammal and Fish all come from a different copy of Table_one.

For e.g

Test_Name AS 'Test_Name',
Table_Bird.Animal AS 'Birds',
Table_Mammal.Animal AS 'Mammal',
Table_Reptile.Animal AS 'Reptile,
Table_Fish.Animal AS 'Fish'
From Table_One

[Code] .....

The problem with this query is it only works when all entries for Birds, Mammals, Reptiles and Fish have some value. If one field is empty as for Test_Two or Test_Three, it doesn't return that record. I used Or instead of And in the WHERE clause but that didn't work as well.

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Aug 14, 2012

I have a table with a string value, where all values are seperated by a space/blank. I now want to use SQL to split all the values and insert them into a different table, which then later will result in deleting the old table, as soon as I got all values out from it.

Old Table:

ID, StringValue

New Table:

ID, Value1, Value2
Do note: Value1 is INT, Value2 is of nvarchar, hence Value2 can contain spaces... I just need to split on the FIRST space, then convert index[0] to int, and store index[1] as it is.

I can split on all spaces and just Select them all and add them like so: SELECT t.val1 + ' ' + t.val2... If I cant find the first space that is... I mean, first 2-10 characters in the string can be integer, but does not have to be.Shall probably do it in code instead of SQL?Now I want to run a query that selects the StringValue from OldTable, splits the string by ' ' (a blank) and then inserts them into New Table.

SELECT CASE CHARINDEX(' ', OldTable.stringvalue, 1)
WHEN 0 THEN OldTable.stringvalue
ELSE SUBSTRING(OldTable.stringvalue, 1, CHARINDEX(' ', OldTable.stringvalue, 1) - 1)
AS FirstWord
FROM OldTable

Found an example using strange things like CHARINDEX..But issue still remains, because the first word is of integer, or it does not have to be...If it isn't, there is not "first value", and the whole string shall be passed into "value2".How to detect if the very first character is of integer type?

@declare firstDigit int
IF ISNUMERIC(SUBSTRING(@postal,2,1) AS int) = 1
set @firstDigit = CAST(SUBSTRING(@postal,2,1) AS int)
set @firstDigit = -1


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May 18, 2015

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I have a table that I am using in a package to create an extract from. In that table is an address field called "Street" that is 255 characters in length. My table also has 3 additional fields called address_1, address_2 and address_3 that are each 50 characters in length because that is the requirement for my extract. I need to split the address field up in such a way that if it is longer than 50 characters, it backs up to the first  space in the address prior to character #50, puts that info in street1, then from that cut off point used in street1, puts the next 50 up to the prior blank space in street2, then the remainder in street3. Where the extract will be used only has three 50 character fields so if the data runs more than 150 characters, the street3 data will just have to be truncated. No way around that, but I don't anticipate any address getting close to that long. Although doing such a split would be much easier using SQL, the solution requirement is that it be done in the package, not using SQL to do so.

I'm assuming I need to use a "derived column transformation" in my data flow. But, I can't figure out how to do what I need to do with a derived column transformation.

Example of info in an address:
123 Chicamauga Avenue South, Across the Street from International Center Square, Apartment Number 17650 Tokiwa-machi  Machida

position 1-50:
123 Chicamauga Avenue South, Across the Street fro

Therefore, Street1 would need to get:
123 Chicamauga Avenue South, Across the Street


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Aug 12, 2015

I'm encountering a very peculiar situation when I'm trying to compare source and target data using conditional split. Following is the Data Flow and how I'm trying to achieve this.

Source Data : Col_A (PK)      Col_2
                       1                    100
                       8                    500
Target Data : Col_A (PK)      Col_2
                       1                    100
                       3                    700
                       8                    500
Look-up Target on Col_A to check for existing records. Now we have four columns in Look-up match output: Col_A, Col_B, Lkp_Col_A (Target Col), Lkp_Col_B (Target Col).

Conditional Split: Compare Col_B with Lkp_Col_B

Update target if there is any change in the existing value of Col_B.When I'm running the package for every record in source, the conditional split fails and even when there is no change in Col_B, some of the records (Not all and quite randomly) get updated with the same value. If I run the package for few records, it works absolutely fine.

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How to split excel workbook into individual sheets using SSIS 2008 without using  " Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel"

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When I write the conditional split ((ISNULL(Atype)?"a":Atype)!=(ISNULL(CType)?"9":CType)) it says that the DT_WSTR and DT_I4 types are incompatible and that I need to explicitly cast with a cast operator. I haven't been able to make it work, how to explicitly cast?

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Apr 25, 2015


1.---->I have a sales table country wise regions  like (india, usa, srilanka) ....

india usa
a b
d e

So I want output like in

flat file1.txt has india               flat file2.txt has usa             flat file3.txt has srilanka

     a b
     d e

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All and Date can be set by using a variable. Its working good.

When a user fills the variable with a date value (cast to string) the conditional split executes the correct flow with all the needed rows... The same time the all flow will be executed with 0 rows. In the end the destionation file for the all values will be overwritten with nothing. The same on the other hand when a user fills the variable with the all value, the date file is empty. What can i do to make sure that the files are not empty?

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I have SQL Server 2012 SSIS. I have Excel source and OLE DB Destination.I have problem with importing CustomerSales column.CustomerSales values like 1000.00,2000.10,3000.30,NotAvailable.So I have decimal values and nvarchar mixed in on Excel column. This is requirement for solution.However SSIS reads only numeric values correctly and nvarchar values are set as Null. Why?

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 [CustomerId] [nvarchar](50) NULL,
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