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How to Add reference in SSIS?

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Hi,

How to add references in SSIS? I need to add some office dll's to my SSIS package.

In my SSIS script component, basically if i say Add Reference (in .NET tab) it is not showing office or other dll's. How can i import/add the dll's to my SSIS package?

Please advice!

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I'm not 100% sure but I think SSIS will only use assemblies that are installed in the GAC. I'm willing to bet that the DLL's you are looking for aren't.

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Hi,

I do not understand.I can refer office assemblies but not data extensions,Presenataion Frameworks and many others....

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I believe those are registered in the GAC. I don't think that anything NOT registered in the GAC can be referenced in SSIS. Sorry.

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Elliott W (5/4/2010)
I'm not 100% sure but I think SSIS will only use assemblies that are installed in the GAC. I'm willing to bet that the DLL's you are looking for aren't.

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Elliott,

Thanks for your reply.

Can you explain me how can we install our assemblies to GAC? So that, i can with the same.

Thanks!!
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Maybe this will help:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dkkx7f79%28v=VS.71%29.aspx


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sqlusers (5/4/2010)

Hi,

How to add references in SSIS? I need to add some office dll's to my SSIS package.

In my SSIS script component, basically if i say Add Reference (in .NET tab) it is not showing office or other dll's. How can i import/add the dll's to my SSIS package?

Please advice!

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In addition to being registered in GAC, for SQL 2005 you have to deploy the library you want to reference in your script in this folder: Microsoft SQL Server\90\SDK\Assemblies

Also make sure you have at least SQL 2005 SP2. Anything older than this is not working properly.

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Cozy,
I think that is only true for custom SSIS components.

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Elliott W (5/7/2010)
Cozy,
I think that is only true for custom SSIS components.

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Hmm,

I'm sorry I didn't understand what you mean? To reference third-party libraries you have to include them in the SDK/Assemblies as well. At least that is the case in SQL 2005. If you have SQL 2005, check the folder and you will understand what I mean. It contains mostly SSIS framework libraries.

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