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SFTP through SSIS


SFTP through SSIS

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Hi,
I require to do a SFTP through SSIS. I have used WINSCP for this purpose. I have used the command-line utility for WINSCP and am able to upload the file properly. But, I want the path to be uploaded to be a variable one and not a fixed one. Is it possible to pass a user input to the WINSCP command line script? if possible, can anyone please share the script?
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qhjghz (1/7/2009)
Hi,
I require to do a SFTP through SSIS. I have used WINSCP for this purpose. I have used the command-line utility for WINSCP and am able to upload the file properly. But, I want the path to be uploaded to be a variable one and not a fixed one. Is it possible to pass a user input to the WINSCP command line script? if possible, can anyone please share the script?


In the Execute Process Task, you have to setup SSIS expression for the process argument. You can setup the expressions by right-clicking on the task and selecting Properties. Scroll-down and find Expressions. Setup expression for your argument there.

You may also consider the SFTP Task. It is commercial, but it is much better integrated with SSIS.

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http://www.xoowiki.com/Article/SQL-Server/ssis-acces-sftp-475.aspx
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You can use the open source SSIS SFTP custom task component from this project at CodePlex.com

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/

Here is the 2008 R2 version:

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/releases/view/101949

Here is the 2012 version:

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/releases/view/101332
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Stan Kulp-439977 (10/18/2013)
You can use the open source SSIS SFTP custom task component from this project at CodePlex.com

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/

Here is the 2008 R2 version:

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/releases/view/101949

Here is the 2012 version:

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/releases/view/101332


Let's make this easier for others:

You can use the open source SSIS SFTP custom task component from this project at CodePlex.com

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/

Here is the 2008 R2 version:

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/releases/view/101949

Here is the 2012 version:

http://ssisextensions.codeplex.com/releases/view/101332

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I adopted a legacy log shipping setup that was sent over sftp using a combination of SSIS, putty, Sqb2mtf, a series of stored procs, and several configuration/logging tables.

It was mostly broken when I inherited it and spent a good amount of time getting it working and performing well considering the vendor and our internal requirements.

Sorry I don't have any code handy, but I can highly recommend Bitvise Tunnelier vs any of the other sftp options I tested. It's easily scripted and about as fast as sftp gets for Windows.

Why not handle the variables in T-sql, powershell,vb , pearl or python?

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