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Data flow source

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Space, the final frontier? not any more...
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Tricky...:-P
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A good QotD.

In the interest of developing the discussion I'd put my 2 cents down as: if you have a convenient disk location a raw file destination+source is likely easier to use than a recordset+script.


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Good question... Yet again, I learn something new over my morning tea :-D



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Good Question i thought that it would be Raw File Source But nope.........good and very typical one
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It seems to me the ADO.NET datasource is also a valid answer. A ForEach Loop Container can also reference an object variable as a datasource via ADO.NET. See the following post.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Integration+Services+(SSIS)/64014/
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thanks..:-)
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carl-793059 (3/4/2010)
It seems to me the ADO.NET datasource is also a valid answer. A ForEach Loop Container can also reference an object variable as a datasource via ADO.NET. See the following post.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Integration+Services+(SSIS)/64014/


Ya, I do this all the time, so I picked an ADO datasource and got it wrong.
I demand a refund!

Craig Outcalt



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