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SSIS variable added to import file


SSIS variable added to import file

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bob_kudulis
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I am new to SSIS and I have created a package that loops through files in a directory and imports them into a table. The package works fine but I would like to add the file name that the data came from and add it to a column in the import file or into the table that it was imported into. I have tried adding a derived column but cannot seem to get the value from the variable into it.
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A derived column is the right path. What are you using to loop through the directory? A For-Each-Loop?

Also, why don't you add a data-viewer to see what is in the pipeline immediately following the derived column task.

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I was able to finally get it to work. I had to Cast the variable and allow for a longer string. Thank you for your suggestion.
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Wonderful, glad to hear it..

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bob_kudulis (4/16/2010)
I am new to SSIS and I have created a package that loops through files in a directory and imports them into a table. The package works fine but I would like to add the file name that the data came from and add it to a column in the import file or into the table that it was imported into. I have tried adding a derived column but cannot seem to get the value from the variable into it.


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