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Importing and exporting SAS files using SSIS.


Importing and exporting SAS files using SSIS.

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I have been asked to research how SSIS can be used for importing and exporting SAS data. I have no familiarity with SAS.
My question is can SAS code be embedded in transformations in an SSIS package?

Thanks!

Tim C.



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Timothy P.Commo - Friday, February 2, 2018 12:32 PM
I have been asked to research how SSIS can be used for importing and exporting SAS data. I have no familiarity with SAS.
My question is can SAS code be embedded in transformations in an SSIS package?

Thanks!

Tim C.

I haven't implemented the SAS import / export from my end, But I can tell you that this SAS load will be same as others. If you could take a look at the below,

https://sqlserverjedi.wordpress.com/2012/02/08/loading-sas-files-with-ssis/

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