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Save variables to file or clipboard ?


Save variables to file or clipboard ?

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I have about 60-70 variables in my package. I want to keep them on a piece of paper for reference.
Is there any way I can print all those in the same way they appear inside the SSIS variables window ?
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Not that I know of.
You could take a screenshot of course :-D

Or write an XML query or some .NET code that parses the XML and retrieves the variables.



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Koen Verbeeck (10/9/2013)
Not that I know of.
You could take a screenshot of course :-D

Or write an XML query or some .NET code that parses the XML and retrieves the variables.


It would almost be like programming only MS Wordpad all by myself Smile Not into all that now. Just doing ETL. Why doesn't Red Gate make it ? They are pretty good at the SQL server addons.
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etl.laptop (10/9/2013)
Why doesn't Red Gate make it ? They are pretty good at the SQL server addons.


I'll let them know :-)



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Why doesn't Red Gate make it ? They are pretty good at the SQL server addons.


I'll let them know :-)


And this too please - http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Forums/Topic1502861-364-1.aspx
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