Gennadiy Chornenkyy

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How to use OUTPUT clause result in SSIS 2005 / 2008 (RC0)

The OUTPUT clause was a new feature in SQL Server 2005 that can prove very handy in many situations. New author Gennadiy Chornenkyy brings us a look at how you can add this code to your SSIS packages and retrieve ID values back from the database.

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