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Posted Monday, February 22, 2010 3:21 AM
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Hello,
I want to use OLEDB provide in execute sql task. (Reason why not ADO.NET is that I am not able to set connection string property from a front end which is calling the package). I have requirement of calling a SP which returns a VARCHAR Output parameter.
I set,
ConnectionType - OLE DB
Connection - (1 new OLE DB Connection by choosing new connection)
SQL Source Type - Direct Input
SQL Statement - EXEC ? = dbo.USPValidateReferencePorts ? 0

In the parameter mapping tab I have added 1 output parameter mapped to one of the decalred variable.
Parameter Name - 0
Parameter size - 255
Direction - Output
Data Type - VARCHAR

Can you please assist ASAP?
Thanks

Vishal
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Posted Monday, February 22, 2010 7:22 AM


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What is the problem you are having? You do not provide an error message or a question really so I don't know what to help with.



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By looking at your post all i can think of is that your getting an error while parameters to the Execute SQL Task bcz you are using "?" parameters before an = sign.. which is not allowed (as per my knowledge)...

The best approach would be to use expressions and replace your execute SQL statement with a variable which will hold your expression....

This is what i have figured out.. dont exactly know what your question is.... AS Jack said Post more information without which nobody can guide you in the right way...
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