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pass SSIS Variables to SQL Procedure in SSIS


pass SSIS Variables to SQL Procedure in SSIS

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Pulivarthi Sasidhar
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hi,

I have two varibles .....

I want to execute the sp with two variables as parameters...


Execute testing.dbo.proc_TEmptest value1,value2

The value1 and value2 are the SSIS values of variables.

Please help how to pass the SSIS variables to SP as parameters

Thanks,
Pulivarthi
Koen Verbeeck
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Try the following:

create a variable of type string. Let's call it str_ExecSP.
Populate this variable with the following expression:

"EXEC dbo.proc_TEmptest " + (DT_WSTR,50) @[User::value1] + " , " + (DT_WSTR,50) @[User::value2] 



Then use this variable in an Execute SQL Task. As SQLSourceType, select variable.


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You can set up an ExecuteSQLTask. Put the call your sp as :

exec testing.dbo.proc_TEmptest ?,?

(The '?' are the place holders)Now map these two question marks to the SSIS variables in your package by going to the parameters tab in the ExecuteSQLTask.
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mp83399 (8/28/2012)
You can set up an ExecuteSQLTask. Put the call your sp as :

exec testing.dbo.proc_TEmptest ?,?

(The '?' are the place holders)Now map these two question marks to the SSIS variables in your package by going to the parameters tab in the ExecuteSQLTask.


I sure hope the OP solved his problem 2 years ago ;-)


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