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Variable not passing through to expression

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Hello,

I have created a variable in a SQL Task and assigned it to a string variable. When I debug the container with a breakpoint, I can see the correct date value being assigned to the variable.

I have an ADO Net source setup to an Oracle connection. I need to pull the Oracle data down that has an updated date greater than the updated date in my ODS.

My issue is that the variable is not being passed through to my expression that I use for an ADO Net source.

"SELECT * FROM BI_EDW.GL_JE_HEADERS WHERE LAST_UPDATE_DATE > To_Date('" + (DT_WSTR, 19) @[User::varLastUpdateDate] + "','yyyy-mm-dd hh24:mi:ss')"

Does anybody have any ideas why???
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Did you try building the query in a variable and using that in as the query in your ADO source ?

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bnghiem (5/22/2014)
Hello,

I have created a variable in a SQL Task and assigned it to a string variable. When I debug the container with a breakpoint, I can see the correct date value being assigned to the variable.

I have an ADO Net source setup to an Oracle connection. I need to pull the Oracle data down that has an updated date greater than the updated date in my ODS.

My issue is that the variable is not being passed through to my expression that I use for an ADO Net source.

"SELECT * FROM BI_EDW.GL_JE_HEADERS WHERE LAST_UPDATE_DATE > To_Date('" + (DT_WSTR, 19) @[User::varLastUpdateDate] + "','yyyy-mm-dd hh24:mi:ss')"

Does anybody have any ideas why???


Any errors?
Is the property EvaluateAsExpression of the variable set to true?


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