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SSIS Doubt in DFT


SSIS Doubt in DFT

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Hi All,

I have one Query in SSIS , i am have OLEDB As Source and Excel As Destination ,

Here Why i need to convert data as Unicode ???


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Because, presumably the data entering the SSIS pipeline from the oledb source is non-unicode.

Excel requires the data be unicode prior to loading to the worksheet, hence the need for a conversion as SSIS pipeline doesn't implicitly convert between unicode and non-unicode

The same would apply if you were loading from an excel source to the oledb destination - you'd need a conversion step to convert the excel (unicode) prior to loading the oledb (non-unicode) destination.

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