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SSIS 2008r2


SSIS 2008r2

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jdbrown239
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In the advanced editor for the OLE DB Destination I am adding columns to "External Columns". Once they are added I mapp the input column to the destination column and click 'OK'.
Then I get the below error message for the three columns I added. I select 'NO' to correct the error automatically and when I go back to the advanced editor the columns are no longer there.
The new columns are already in the flat file source and the destination table. How do I get the new columns to syncranize and remain?


[OLE DB Destination [21]] Warning: The external columns for component "OLE DB Destination" (21) are out of synchronization with the data source columns. The external column "NUMBER_OF_PAYMENT_EXPERIENCES_SLOW180PLUS" (18940) needs to be removed from the external columns.
The external column "EB_FILE_NB" (18939) needs to be removed from the external columns.
The external column "EB_HIT_NOHIT" (18938) needs to be removed from the external columns.
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If the relevant columns are already present in the destination table on the database, when you edit the OLE DB destination object, it should already reflect the added columns, it should not be neccessary to add them there.

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You were right. I had to change the way the table was being created in the first phase of the data flow. Thanks!
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Now I need to change the data type of one of the destination (external)columns in the advanced editor but every time I change it it goes back to the original data type. The data type of the column on the table is correct but i can't seem to save the change in the ssis package. Any Ideas?
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It should never be neccessary to manually change the output columns in a data destination component; SSIS is intelligent enough to automatically get the latest table meta data when the component is edited.

If it is not getting the latest metadata, check the "Delay validation" property for the destination component.

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Will do thanks.
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