I am running a set of SQL statements on a SQL server, to insert flat file data into a SQL table. The flat file is already FTP'ed to the SQL server. I seem to be getting an error, which is possibly pointing to a permissions issue
BULK INSERT [Jedox_prod].[dbo].[B_BP_Customer] FROM 'c:jedox_dailyjdcom4401.txt' WITH ( FIRSTROW = 2, MAXERRORS = 0, FIELDTERMINATOR = '|', ROWTERMINATOR = ' ' ) GO
The error is : Msg 4861, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 Cannot bulk load because the file "c:jedox_dailyjdcom4401.txt" could not be opened. Operating system error code 3(failed to retrieve text for this error. Reason: 1815)
If it is permissions issue, how do I overcome this?
Overall goal: Write a Bulk Insert statement using the UNC path of a filetable directory.
Issue: When using the UNC path of the filetable directory in a Bulk Insert Statement, receiving "Operating system error code 50(The request is not supported.)" Looking for confirmation as to whether this is truly not supported.
Environment: SQL Server 2012 Standard. Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard
I'm trying to use Bulk insert for the first time and getting the following error. I think it might have something to do with my Format File and from the error msg there's a conversion error for the first column. In my database the Field is nvarchar(6) so my best guess is to use SQLNChar for the first column. I've checked the end of each line is CR LF therefore the is correct for line 7 right?
Msg 4863, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 Bulk load data conversion error (truncation) for row 1, column 1 (ASXCode). Msg 7399, Level 16, State 1, Line 1 The OLE DB provider "BULK" for linked server "(null)" reported an error. The provider did not give any information about the error. Msg 7330, Level 16, State 2, Line 1 Cannot fetch a row from OLE DB provider "BULK" for linked server "(null)".
BULK INSERTtbl_ASX_Data_temp FROM 'M:DataASXImportTest.txt' WITH (FORMATFILE='M:DataASXSQLFormatImport.Fmt')
I have a VB.NET scheduled job as a task scheduler ( windows 2012) that calls a stored procedure that bulk inserts. I have added the user in the server role "bulkadmin" yet I get the "You do not have permission to use the bulk load statement error"
System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException (0x80131904): You do not have permission to use the bulk load statement. at System.Data.SqlClient.SqlConnection.OnError(SqlException exception, Boolean breakConnection, Action`1 wrapCloseInAction) at System.Data.SqlClient.TdsParser.ThrowExceptionAndWarning(TdsParserStateObject stateObj, Boolean callerHasConnectionLock, Boolean asyncClose) at System.Data.SqlClient.TdsParser.TryRun(RunBehavior runBehavior, SqlCommand cmdHandler, SqlDataReader dataStream,
Is there a switch I can use to force a bulk insert and if data is truncated, I'm good with that. The truncated data, in this case, is not data I can use anyway if it is long enough to be truncated.
I need to keep the field at VARCHAR(23) and if I expand it, I won't be able to join on it after the file load completes. I'd like the data to be inserted (truncated if need be) and then I'll deal with the records that are truncated after I load the file.
I am having trouble importing a flat file that was extracted from an AS400 server, into a SQL 2005 DB table using Bulk Insert. This file contains a column (field) that is of a Packed Decimal data type. Data in all other fields is displayed normally when viewing this file in a text editor such as Note Pad or Text Pad, but this one field comes up with unknown encoding: squares, thick vertical lines, basically strange characters and no numeric data.
Does anyone have any experience dealing with file of this sort?
I'm working on SSIS to load the data from flat file to sql server, I'm getting date in below format, but in sql server I have given data type datetime. how to convert below format to 16-01-15 12.05.19.1234 AM.
I have a bulk insert situation that would be nice to be able to pull off. I have a flat file with 46 columns that are to go into a table. The table, I want to have a 47th column to be updated later on by means of a stored proc saying if the import into the system was sucessful or not. I have the rowterminator set as '"' thinking that would tell SQL to begin on the next row, leaving the importstatus column null but i still receive an error.
First of all, is this idea possible within this insert statement. Secondly, if so, what would be the syntax to tell the insert statement to skip that particular column. It is the last column listed in the table so it just needs to start on the next row after it inserts the last bit of data in the flatfile.
If this is not possible, is it possible to bulk insert into a temp table?
I'm new to SQL Server 2005 SSIS. I'm trying to do something very simple, but I cannot figure it out, PLEASE HELP!
I have a flat file, which I read and then insert the data in a database table, that works fine. The problem is that I don't want to insert duplicate records. For example; if I run the package again, it will appent to the table. What I need to do is that if the package runs again, check if the record already exist, based one two columns, date and hour, and do not insert the record.
I am new to SSIS but i have avg working knowledge in sql. My problem is as follows ,I have a text pipe dilimited file in some folder and the number of columns and the name of the column is not consistant. It can have N number of column and it can have any column names. I need to load this text file data into a sql table. All that i want is to load this file to SQL Database with some temp name. Once i get the table in SQL Database, i can match the column names of both taget table and this temp table and only push those column which matches with the target table. For this i can frame Dynamic SQL. This part is clear to me.
Now the problem is , I developed a SSIS pacakge to push the text file to SQL Table. I am able to do this. But if i change the column names or added new column SSIS is not able to push the new columns. Is this functionality available in SSIS, is it can be dynamic like this?
I hope i am clear with my prob... if need any clarification please let me know
I am having difficulties loading data from a flat file to a SQL Database. I am able to load some data but the rest gets kicked out for the following reasons:
1 – The field is varchar 50 and I would like to convert it to a date field 2 – The field contain periods (.) (Only 1 period in each row) 3 – The field contain blanks (NULLS)
How do I create a derived column that will bypass blanks (Nulls) and remove periods (.) in each row then convert column to a date field in SSIS? Looking for steps to create a derived date column using SSIS (derived task); convert it to a date column (09-19-2015); use functions to redirect the nulls and possibly remove the period (.)?
[b][u]Sample Data[/u][/b] Column 3 (Varchar 50) Need to convert to date; remove periods, and bypass nulls(blanks) Blank . Blank . Blank Blank . 01-19-2015 01-19-2015 Blank . Blanlk . Blank 01-19-2015 . Blank .
I am using SQL Server Destinations in my data flow tasks. I'm running this package in the server until i encountered this error:
OnError,,,LOAD AND UPDATE Dimension Tables,,,10/24/2007 1:22:23 PM,10/24/2007 1:22:23 PM,-1071636367,0x,Unable to prepare the SSIS bulk insert for data insertion. OnError,,,Load Dimensions,,,10/24/2007 1:22:23 PM,10/24/2007 1:22:23 PM,-1071636367,0x,Unable to prepare the SSIS bulk insert for data insertion. OnError,,,Discount Reason, ISIS Condition, ISIS Defect, ISIS Repair, ISIS Section, ISIS Symptom, Job Status, Parts, Purchase SubOrder Type, Service Contract, Service Reason, Service Type, TechServiceGrp, WarrantyType, Branch, Wastage Reason,,,10/24/2007 1:22:23 PM,10/24/2007 1:22:23 PM,-1073450974,0x,SSIS Error Code DTS_E_PROCESSINPUTFAILED. The ProcessInput method on component "Dim_T_ISISDefect" (56280) failed with error code 0xC0202071. 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. There may be error messages posted before this with more information about the failure.
What could be the reason for this? I don't usually have an error.
I am testing SSIS and have created a Flat File Destination. I defined the Flat File Connection as New for the first time and it worked fine. Now, I would like to go back and modify the Flat File Connection in the Flat File Destination Editor, but it allows only to create a New connection rather allowing me to edit the existing one. For testing, I can go back and create a new connection, but if my connection had 50-100 columns then it would be an issue to re-create it from scratch.
And i want to use SSIS package dynamically load data from database into three separate flat file, each table into each file.
I know i got to use for each loop task ADO.Net schema row set enumerator, with OLEDB connection manager, select table name or view name variable from access mode list, but the problem comes, as table name is dynamic then flat file connection is also dynamic, i am using visual studio 2013...
I have a flat file which is loaded into the database on a daily basis. The file contains rows of strings which I load into a table, specifically to a column of length 8000.
The string has a length of 690, but the format is like 'xxxxxx xx xx..' and so on, where 'xxxx' represents data. So there are spaces, etc present in the middle.
Previously I used SQL 2000 DTS to load the files in, and it was just a Column Transformation with the Col001 from the text file loading straight to my table column. After the load, if I select len(col) it gives me 750 for all rows.
Once I started to migrate this to SSIS, I allocated the Control Flow Task and specified the flat file source and the oledb destination, and gave the output column a type of String and output column width of 8000. But when I run the data flow task it copies only 181 or 231 characters out of the 750 required. I feel it stops where it finds the SPACES and skips the rest.
I specified row delimiters or CR, and LF. I checked the file under UltraEdit and there were no special characters in the file that would cause the problem.
Any suggestions how I can get it to load the full data?
Having searched the forum, this one clearly has form... However beyond assisting those who have fallen at the first hurdle (i.e. forgetting/not knowing that they cannot execute the package remotely to the instance of SQL Server into which they are inserting), the issues raised by others have not been addressed. Thus I am bringing nothing new to the table here - just providing an executive summary of problems which others have run into, written about, but not received answers for.
First the complete error: Description: Unable to prepare the SSIS bulk insert for data insertion. End Error Error: 2008-01-15 04:55:27.58 Code: 0xC004701A Source: <xxx> DTS.Pipeline Description: component "<xxx> failed the pre-execute phase and returned error code 0xC0202071. End Error DTExec: The package execution returned DTSER_FAILURE (1). Started: 4:53:34 AM Finished: 5:00:00 AM Elapsed: 385.384 seconds. The package execution failed. The step failed.
It mostly works - It produces no error more than 9 times out of 10.
It fails on random dataflows - My package has several dataflows, (mostly) executing concurrently. Where the error occurs it does not do so on the same dataflow each time: on one run it'll fail on dataflow A whilst B,C,D and E succeed, then A-E will all succeed (and continue doing so for the next ten runs thereafter), and then the error recurs for dataflow D, with A,B,C and E all succeeding. Hope someone has something interesting to say,