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A C#.NET toolkit for writing SSIS Script Tasks Expand / Collapse
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Posted Thursday, December 15, 2011 8:59 AM


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I am not sure what you mean by "consume and re-output a data flow."

If I can figure out what you are talking about I will probably write about it.

Thanks!
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Posted Tuesday, December 27, 2011 1:34 AM
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Hi Stan, thanks for this. Quite a nice introduction.

This is maybe a bit late in the discussion, but I think what "Old Hand" means by "consume and re-output" a data flow is where a C# script task sits in the middle of a set of task processing a data flow and where it takes in a stream coming from a previous task and outputs data in such a way that it can be taken in by a following task.

That would interest me as well.

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Excellent post! Thank you for taking the time.
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Stan, thank you for this excellent tutorial. I knew a lot of it already but wish I had read this before I started adding variables to script task in SSIS, took my awhile to realize that the starting value never changes in the variables window only in memory.

In Lesson 5 you wrote ' (Add using System.Collections; to the namespace listing.) '. For Lesson 6 could you add '(Add using System.IO; to the namespace listing.)'? That could be confusing to a total newbie (me a year ago ).
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