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Flat File not moving all data


Flat File not moving all data

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Shaun2012
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i had sent u an e-mail via private message..

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bad form. just post it.

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I've run into this when there is an extra CR/LF at the end of the file: In other words, your last actual line of data has a CR/LF and there is another CR/LF immediately following.

I've never had to do this, but I've read others have corrected the problem by setting the TextQualified property of the flat file connection manager to false or adding a text qualifier somewhere in the data. See here and here.

There's also a known bug when using fixed-width flat files although that applies to SSIS 2005.

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I am getting all the data, in my text qualifier i had "_x003C_none_x003E_" which i removed it but can anyone tell what does do..in the text quliafier
"_x003C_none_x003E_".

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Shaun2012 (10/3/2013)
I am getting all the data, in my text qualifier i had "_x003C_none_x003E_" which i removed it but can anyone tell what does do..in the text quliafier
"_x003C_none_x003E_".

regards
Shaun


For some reason SSIS puts _x003C_none_x003E_ instead of <none>.

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Thank you koen.. so muuch for helping me out...

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thank you ishanan.

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ah, yes. The first time I encountered the hex encoded delimiters it drove me NUTS!! I guess it has something to do with the way the dtsx file is stored - I think it's actually XML. Anyway, I've seen it a couple of times since usually when adding a package to a project. It also converts the double-quote to _x022_ if I remember correctly.
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