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Creating Dynamic Outputs in SSIS


Creating Dynamic Outputs in SSIS

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Tim - Thanks for posting.

I've managed to create a dynamic ETL process to split data into SQL tables (including creating the table if required) using this process with a few mods and it works like a charm! :-D

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Dave,

That might make a good article in itself Smile

Tim



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Sure,

I've got no problem in creating an article for it. :-) Should be pretty quick to knock together.

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Thanks Tim. Followed this article step by step with no problem.

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Hi Tim,
Great article, your solution worked perfectly for me. I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction or expand on your article to enable dynamic Folder creations? I would like to learn more about being able to output a file and create a directory that relates to it:
EG:
\Site1\Site1.txt
\Site2\Site2.txt

Thanks for your time.
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