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Posted Tuesday, September 25, 2012 4:02 AM
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Hi Guys,

I am new to SSIS,Could you please help me to implement(step by step) below task.

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I need to export data returned from storedprocedure to new(dynamically created) excel file in specific folder.


Thanks and Regards,

Ningaraju N E
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Posted Tuesday, September 25, 2012 4:24 AM


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create a data flow task

drag in a ole-db ado.net source connector, up to you which

drag in an excel destination connector

create the connection strings in both of the connectors to the database and to the excel file

set the source connector to run the stored proc

drag the line between the two connectors

run the package.




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Posted Tuesday, September 25, 2012 4:44 AM
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Thanks,Can I get better link for the same?
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Posted Tuesday, September 25, 2012 4:47 AM


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Take a look in the stairways section, for the stairway to integration services also there is plenty on the internet if you use a defined search term like using ssis to export to excel



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One other thing you might want to try. Use the 'Export Data' function in SSMS to export something from SQL Server to an excel spreadsheet. Be sure to save the package that is auto created.

When you've finished with the wizard, examine the saved package. That will give you an idea of how to build a package to export to excel. You'll want to take a good look at the SQL Task used to create the excel spreadsheet. It's a step that's needed before the data flow so that you have the excel spreadsheet to receive the data.

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You'll also want to check the data flow. You'll find that there is a data conversion that's needed for preparing the data to be handled by excel data types.
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