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Insert or update depending on if new Id or the existing one.


Insert or update depending on if new Id or the existing one.

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pranav.thakur
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Hi,

1)I am using a "Flat File source" for taking input from CSV file.

2)Using "Lookup" and "condition Split" control I am checking if the Id from CSV file is a new Id or an existing Id.

3) If there is a new Id , I am inserting the record using "SQL Server Destination"

4) If an Id from CSV file already exist in the database table, I have to update the row corresponding to the Id.


I have done the first 3 steps but I am struggling with the last one. Which control I should use as destination to update the database table.

Please help.
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