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How can you list the tables transferred in an SSIS Package?


How can you list the tables transferred in an SSIS Package?

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bill-900846
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Rookie SSIS user on SQL2008R2. I need to list the names of the approximately 95 tables that are moving from one DB to another. Is there a simple way to do this?

Thanks - Bill
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bill-900846 (5/2/2013)
Rookie SSIS user on SQL2008R2. I need to list the names of the approximately 95 tables that are moving from one DB to another. Is there a simple way to do this?

Are you looking for a list of all tables in the db? If so you can just do something like:
SELECT *
FROM sys.table_types



If you want to see what tables the SSIS package is working on, you need to open the package (.dtsx file) and take a look. It could be looping through a result set taken from a query like above, it could be hard coded -- you'll just need to see what the package is doing.

HTH,
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It was the latter. I used the brute-force method. Saved as XML, opened in UltraEdit text editor, and did a search to find the appropriate lines that listed the tables.

Robert, thanks for the reply.
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