I would like to know how I can add the following sample code to my Source data on Data Flow on SSIS, or what other options there are. The main issue is time as we have talking about 100's of millions of rows
WHEN Sample IS NULL
WHEN SUBSTRING(Sample, 1, 6) IS NULL
THEN ' '
ELSE RTRIM(SUBSTRING(Sample, 1, 6))
END AS [Sample_1_6]
what I have done at this stage is just to Create a SQL task with a Insert into
INSERT INTO [dbo].[TestTable1]
CASE WHEN Sample IS NULL =THEN NULL
WHEN SUBSTRING(Sample, 1, 6) IS NULL THEN ' '
ELSE RTRIM(SUBSTRING(Sample, 1, 6))
END AS [Sample_1_6]
If there is a way adding this to a dataflow so I van use fast load that would really be the best solution. I know there are derived columns, but would this really be faster than the straight insert into in a SQL Task? If this is the way to go what is the code I would use in the derived column or any other option.
I need to see inside a SSIS 2012 project a new SSIS installed component, but in the SSDT 2010 I cannot see the SSIS Data Flow Items tab for adding data source/data destination respect to the choose toolbox items pane.
I recently upgraded to on 2012 SP1 CU5 and have found the SSDT gui for SSIS to be almost unusable. I can't drag or resize items. Any time i try they either automagically shrink to the tiniest possible size, shoot off to some extreme or just shake uncontrollably I didn't have these problems on previous versions (dont remember what It was).
I would like to fetch the data flow component name while package is executing. Since system variable named [System::SourceName] only fetches name of the control flow tasks? Is there a way to capture them?
My goal is to run a bunch of select statements from different tables in one database and have them all insert to the same columns/table in the new database. Do I need a new data source for each statement, or is there a way to run all the statements in one set seeing as they all have the same destination. I keep receiving the SQL statement improperly ended error when trying.
I need to call a stored procedure to insert data into a table in SQL Server from SSIS data flow task. I am currently trying to use OLe Db Destination, but I am not sure how to map inputs to OLE DB Destination to my stored procedure insert. Thanks
How to create insert statements of the data from a table for top 'n' rows. I know we can create using generate scripts wizard, but we can't customize the number of rows. In my scenario i got a database with 10 tables where every table got millions of records, but the requirement is to sample out only top 10000 records from each table.
I am planning to generate table CREATE statements from GENERATE Scripts wizard and add this INSERT STATEMENT at the bottom.
EX : INSERT [dbo].[table] ([SERIALID], [BATCHID] VALUES (126751, '9100278GC4PM1', )
There is a table with a column that contains Xml documents. For each record from my Data Flow Source, I want to pass in the Xml document and the node to interrogate, and return the value contained in the node. Like the Crm component, this is probably one I will have to write from scratch in C#, but I would like to avoid having to create the custom component if it already exists in the public arena.
Does anyone know of any Xml Ssis Data Flow Components that are downloadable for free?
I was working all day making changes to my 3MB package. I was adding a large number of transforms that were copied-and-pasted from elsewhere in the same data flow task.
All was going well. I even took the time to have SSIS lay out the task again (1/2 hour). Suddenly I started receiving some strange errors:
After the layout, I noticed two stray components 'way off in the upper right corner. I found that one of them had a duplicate name to a component which had been added hours ago. Even after deleting it, I got "duplicate name" errors.
I copied three components in one selection, and when I tried to paste them, got the error "can't initialize component on paste". I tried them one at a time, but got the same error.
I got errors about COM failures due to marshalling to another thread I then exited Visual Studio and started it again. To my great surprise, the data flow task I was working on was still there, but was completely empty.
Comparing what I'm left with to my last version in source control, I find that the entire pipeline element is missing from the DTS: ObjectData element!
I'm developing a real love/hate relationship with SSIS. It varies from one day to the next. Guess what kind of day this is!
I am tasked with truncating and reloading tables from one server to another. Company policy prevents cross-server queries, but allows SSIS packages with cross-server connections. I am doing this for about 25 tables. I have the table names in a single table & I have created an FEL to execute tasks against each table one-by-one. It works fine to truncate all the tables. I run into issues, though, with the DataFlowTask. I'm able to tell it which server & table to dynamically connect from and to, but it doesn't know how to map the metadata. They're the exact same columns and field names in both source & destination.
I am using SSIS in SQL Server 2005 and want to have a query like this in my data flow task
Select a.* from abc as a inner join (Select max(b.id) as ID from xyz as b inner join pqr as c on b.id = c.id and b.id > ?) as t1 on t1.id = a.id
SSIS fails to detect the parameter (?) for the inner query and gives message.
" Parameters cannot be extracted from the SQL command. The provider might not help to parse parameter information from the command. In that case, use the "SQL command from variable" access mode, in which the entire SQL command is stored in a variable.", so assuming this is your problem, then you can workaround.
The idea is to parameterize the inner query ,,, (so if the above query doesnt make sense ignore it )
I am having some problems with the loading of tab delimited text file (source) to a SQL Server table (destination) using the SSIS data flow task. Package has been executed successfully with no error msg. The number of rows in the text file also matches the number of rows in the SQL table. But, when I check the content of the table, I noticed some of the columns contain NULL which supposed to have value. This happens not to all the rows but only to some rows. I did some testing by removing some rows from the beginning, middle and end of the text file and re-run the package but the result is quite inconsistent. Sometimes, the field got filled, but sometimes, it just contains NULL where it supposed to have value.
I am experiencing an error where the ssis data flow task would freeze and stop data export from a oledb source to a text file. It doesn't generate any errors the ssis package would just hang. This only happens when I run it in 64 bit mode. When I change the mode to 32 bit the ssis never freezes and runs fine. Has anyone experience this? Is there a fix so I can run my jobs in 64 bit mode?
I have a SSIS Package which I would like to modify using SSIS API. I need to put new component between some two existing data flow's components. During this process I need to disconnect two data flow's components using SSIS API. How can I do that?
I am loading a lot of Excel and CSV files to SQL Server. Some loading may fail for various reasons. I want a file either be load as a whole or nothing. Currently I keep a list of failed filename and remove it at the end (I add a column for source file name).
Any better way to make sure a file is loaded as a whole or nothing?
I have a relatively simple SSIS package that I'm building for a data mining process. The package starts with an OLE DB data source, passes the results of a SQL Command (query) along to a conversion step, which then gets sent to a Term Lookup task. The Term Lookup then writes the result to an OLE DB Data Destination. Pretty simple. The OLE DB data source query returns about 80,000 rows if you run it through SQL WB. The SSIS editor shows 9,557 rows make it out of the source, and into the conversion step, 9,557 make it out of the conversion and into the lookup, and about 60,000 rows make it out of the lookup and are written to the results table. Then the package fails with the following errors listed on the progress screen. I was assuming that the 9,557 was some type of batching that was occurring in the process, but now I'm not so sure.
[DTS.Pipeline] Error: The ProcessInput method on component "My Component" (117) failed with error code 0xC02090E5. The identified component returned an error from the ProcessInput method. The error is specific to the component, but the error is fatal and will cause the Data Flow task to stop running. [DTS.Pipeline] Error: Thread "WorkThread0" has exited with error code 0xC02090E5. [DTS.Pipeline] Error: Thread "WorkThread1" received a shutdown signal and is terminating. The user requested a shutdown, or an error in another thread is causing the pipeline to shutdown. [DTS.Pipeline] Error: Thread "WorkThread1" has exited with error code 0xC0047039. [My Data Source Error: The attempt to add a row to the Data Flow task buffer failed with error code 0xC0047020. [DTS.Pipeline] Error: The PrimeOutput method on component "My Component" (1) returned error code 0xC02020C4. The component returned a failure code when the pipeline engine called PrimeOutput(). The meaning of the failure code is defined by the component, but the error is fatal and the pipeline stopped executing. [DTS.Pipeline] Error: Thread "SourceThread0" has exited with error code 0xC0047038.
I have a package that loads staging tables from an Oracle source DB. In the data flow tab I have 30+ read table/write table task combinations. When I run the package 3-4 of the read/write combos execute at a time. What I'm trying to control is the priority order of the combo execution. My goal is to minimize to total load time by having the larger table transfers run first and the smaller table transfers fill in until they are all complete. Currently, the largest table (16 million) transfers last (because it was the last combo that I created?).
I am creating a staging database in which I am loading required tables from 2 different sources. I have 30 different tables to load from source 1 and 10 different tables from source 2. This is the way I am doing, in Control flow task I am using Sequence container and in that I included the data flow task, the data flow task has source OLD DB connection from where I select the table and then destination OLE DB connection where I load the data. So for 30 tables I have one Sequence container with 30 different data flow task and each data flow task has OLE DB source and OLD DB destination. I wanted to find out if this is the efficient way to do, or if there is any other way to do this. And for source 2 shall I put in another package or shall I use the same package with different sequence container and follow the same steps as for Source 1 tables. Please advice. Thanks,
Has anyone come up/determined a generic way to capture and log indicative information within a data flow in SSIS - e.g., a number of rows selected from the source, transformed, rejected, loaded, various timestamps around these events, etc.? I am trying to avoid having to build a custom solution for each of the packages that I will have (of which there will be dozens). Ideally, I'd like to have some sort of a generic component (such as a custom transformation) that will hide the implementation details and provide a generic interface to the package.
It is not too difficult to achieve something similar on the control flow level, but once you get into data flows things get complicated.
I'm creating a SSIS in the designer view of SQL Server BI Dev. Studio (SQL Server 2005)
I need to import a whole table from MS Access into my local SQL Server.(this task will be performed weekly, so once working I'll schedule a job for it)
I've created a 'FILE' connection to MS Access in the 'Connection Managers'.
When I'm on the 'Data Flow' tab I can't find a Data Flow Item to use as a MS Access connection. (available on the 'Data Flow Sources' are only: DataReader, Excel, Flat File, OLE DB, Raw File and XML Sources)
I am using the "SSIS Log Provider for SQL Server" to log events to a table for "OnError" and "OnPostExecute" events of a package. This works as expected and provides a nice clean output on the execution steps of the package.
I am curious as to why I do not see any detail for any/all tasks that fall under the "Data Flow" section of the package though. For instance, on my "Control Flow" tab, I added a "Data Flow" task that simply loads a few tables from a target to destination server. However, there is nothing shown in the logging output. Just that a Data Flow task was initiated. And when I'm configuring this logging under "SSIS-->Logging" in the checkbox area on the left, you cannot "drill into" data flow steps.
Is there a reason why there is no detailed logging for Data Flow tasks? Would getting to that require me to create a custom log provider?
Does anyone know how to hook up to data flow pipeline events via custom solution (C#)? I am trying to write code to log start and end times of components(lookup,merge joins etc) in a data flow task. I tried with a class inheriting from the EventsProvider class but it didn't work as this is only for container tasks. Any ideas will be greatly appreciated.
I have a table customer wich has the columns phone_number(char type) and ok_to_call(bit type). There are already data in the table and the column ok_to_call only contains the value false for every row.
Now i want to update the latter column. I have a text file with a list of phone numbers and i want that all the rows in the Customer table(phone_number column)that matches the number in the text file to update ok_to_call to true.
This is to be done in SSIS(Integration Services). I'm new at this and i've looked around that tool but is a lot of items, packages and stuff so i dont know where to begin.
Would appreciate help on how to solve this issue in SSIS. What controlflow/Data flows to use,wich items and packages to use, how to configure and how to link together?