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How to use OUTPUT clause result in SSIS 2005 / 2008 (RC0)


How to use OUTPUT clause result in SSIS 2005 / 2008 (RC0)

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Nice article, looks very similar to getting a list of values from a table and looping through them.

This is one of the things which I don't like about SSIS, sometimes it feels as if you're having to go through a lot of steps to acheive something which should be very straightforward.
In a perfect world you would be able to assign an output from an SP or function directly to a variable of the right data type.
Maybe with a custom script object in a package this could be done, I'll have to have a look Cool


A quick note on the layout of the article, I'm viewing it using IE7 and the code sections are fragmented with each line being in its own blue block. Very strange and never had this problem before on SSC.
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Loyout looks a little bit strange in FireFox as well
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Nice one Smile...



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It seems there is virtually no direct support of the OUTPUT clause in SSIS Dataflows. It would be nice to be able to get back the output from an OLEDB command in a Dataflow. Does anyone know of a way to do this?
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