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SSIS - to read a NULL values in excel source


SSIS - to read a NULL values in excel source

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Hi,

How to read the null values from excel source while doing in the transformation or to stop the package when the particular column has null values.
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There are a couple of different ways you can do this. Most likely the easiest way is to send the incoming data to a Conditional Split transformation, and use that conditional split to check whether the critical fields contain a non-empty string, sending any rows with blanks to a named output. Use a Row Count transformation to capture the rows sent to that output, and use a script task to check that row count value and fail the package if it is greater than zero.

If you want to fail the package immediately if a blank value is found in the data, you'll probably have to use a script component, either as a source or transformation.

hth,
Tim



Tim Mitchell, Microsoft Data Platform MVP
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