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Conditional Flow in DTS


Conditional Flow in DTS

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Hi, Lawrence.

Thanks for the advice but this is exactly what I don't want to do.

I'd like to see if in one step I can load the info and validate the number of rows transferred in order to move to a new step (depending in the number of rows).

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I agree with you that it is not intuitive when you have a workflow property on a step.  This happened to me on a DTS package I was given to maintain and was a real pain to find out what was going on.  My solution once I found it was to just put an annotation note next to the step regarding the workflow property.  After that experience, I said to myself that I would probably not use them in the future.  But, after reading this article I may have to rethink that position.  A simple note about a workflow property would let you know to look into the step for the code.  Nice simple article.

 


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Great - just what I was looking for however I found that the If statement had to all be keyed as a single line for it to work.
Strange really as the MS SQL HELP also formatted the IF as per the example here.....
Now all I need to be find, is how to enquire on a table using ActiveX...Whistling

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