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Pushing data to an AS400 Expand / Collapse
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ODBC can be accessed in SSIS using ADO.NET connection manager.
To create ADO.NET connection for ODBC, Add new ADO.NET connection manager, go to Provider drop down, select ODBC Data Provider from drop down list.
This ODBC connection can be accessed using DataReader Source in Data Flow Task.

Note that ADO.NET connection manager does not support varchar data type. So automatically columns with varchar data type will be converted to nvarchar data type. In data flow task nvarchar data type can be converted back to varchar.
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I am getting error while moving data from SSIS dataflow task using provider "IBM DB2 UDB for iseries IBMDASQL OLEDB provider" , it was running fine,suddenly starts failing I noticed that the rows that are failing contains symbols " – " called as endash having ANSI code 0150. This is stored in varchar field in SQL Server 2008R2, and is mapped to character data type column of AS400/DB2 database. but its failing with error "CWBZZ5014 Value of parameter columnName could not be converted to the host data type."."CWBNL0107 - Converted 80 bytes, 2 errors found beginning at offset 10 ".

AS I found that this special symbol is at 11th position in the given column.

I have tried changing force translation value from 65535 to 1252 (Win Latin-1) but its not working ?

Can someone help here.

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