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Posted Monday, December 15, 2008 9:33 PM
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Hi..

I have an Execute process task inside SSIS package.
In execute process task i have an exe whih executes on basis of start date and enddate. so i have to pass command line argument for both dates.
My question is how can i pass command line argument for the execute process task from SSIS package. should i use expressions?? if yes then how??
please explain with some example .. i am new to SSIS.


thanks,

Shashank.
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Posted Sunday, December 21, 2008 10:53 PM
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You select XML configration and in XML file create two variable startdate and EndDate
Then declare two gobel varicable in variable penel and mapping these variable to xml file variable in property of variable.......... then use variable in project.....

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