Execute process task SSIS (Powershell Script)

  • Hi Guys,

    I need urgent help. I have a Powershell script that I am executing through "Execute Process Task," and the return is two variables values. I can capture one variable to use a variable in "Standard Output Variable.". I would like to know how I can capture the second return value from the Powershell script.

    I can combine two outputs in the Powershell script and use "Standard Output Variable." and use "Derived column Transf" to split in two, but I am sure it must be a way to use two outputs variable.

    Please advise.


  • How does the EXE return these two variables values in Powershell?  Can you show the Powershell commands that you are using to get these variables?

    Generally - executing a process (Process.Start) only has a single variable to return data.  That would be the Standard Output from the executed process task.  Somehow, using Powershell you are able to return these 2 variables...

    The solution - I think - is going to be a script task where you implement this PS script and set the SSIS variables from the PS variables, or using .NET to do the same thing.


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