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Retain NULL values vs Keep NULLs in SSIS Dataflows - Which To Use?


Retain NULL values vs Keep NULLs in SSIS Dataflows - Which To Use?

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Excellent article! We just had an issue with a few procs that bombed due to converting empty string values to datetime. It turns out the flat file adapter was supposed to retain nulls.

Thanks again for this clear and concise article!

-=John=-
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