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SSIS package with Variable which prompts while executing


SSIS package with Variable which prompts while executing

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Pulivarthi Sasidhar
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Hi,

I am new to SSIS.

My Scrpit is as follows

Declare @var VARACHAR(1)

IF @var='' or 'S'
Execute Proc_Test_S
IF @var='D'
Execute Proc_Test_D
IF @var='T'
Execute Proc_Test_T

Could you please give steps to complete this one.

While executing the Package it prompts for Variable @var.

I am going to add this package in SQL jobs and scheduling this one.

Please help me....

Thanks,
Sasidhar P
Phil Parkin
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Please explain - why are you using SSIS, when it seems that you are executing only T-SQL?


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Hi Phil,

Its NT Bacth Job....
I am going to convert it into SQL job.

While the Script does not prompt i/p value for executing corresponding Procedure if its by SQL job


If i creat SSIS package it will prompt i/p value for which procedure to execute.


I may give 'S' or 'D' or 'T' or '' based on my requirement....

Thanks,
Sasidhar P
Phil Parkin
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I would suggest that using SSIS to prompt for user input is a bad idea and generally accepted as bad practice. There is a good likelihood of the job hanging at some point while it waits for a non-existent user to respond.

Better to prompt the user using more traditional 'front-end' methods (eg a .NET program) and then execute the SQL job from the program, passing the input parameter.


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