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Stored Procedure Results in an SSIS Message Box

I was recently asked if it is possible to display the results of a query / stored procedure in an SSIS Message box. The answer is Yes, with a bit of C#. RudyRudy Rodarte is […]

Mar, 08
Overwrite files in a DTS using ActiveX

Overwrite files in a DTS using ActiveX

Several of my DTS jobs require processing a file and then archiving the file. As we all know, you can use ActiveX to Copy or Move a file. Problem is, sometimes we need to reprocess […]

Feb, 12
Delete old DTS packages in SQL Server 2008

Delete old DTS packages in SQL Server 2008

Do you have tons and tons of versions of DTS packages in SQL Server 2008/2005. Every little revision saves a new version on the server. You could end up with hundreds of revisions for just […]

Feb, 11
Using ActiveX to set query dynamically in SQL Server

Using ActiveX to set query dynamically in SQL Server

Most of the time, the transformations between Oracle and SQL Server databases work without incident. But one project I was on experienced a several issues. The task required setting global variables in SQL DTS, then […]

Jan, 22
Using ActiveX to check the age of a file in SQL Server

Using ActiveX to check the age of a file in SQL Server

You may run into a case where working with old data can cause issues downstream. Now, you can use ActiveX to check the age of a file before proceeding. The code assumes that you have […]

Jan, 22
Using ActiveX to Dynamically set a Variable in an SQL Server DTS Package

Using ActiveX to Dynamically set a Variable in an SQL Server DTS Package

From time to time, you will need to dynamically set a variable in the middle of your DTS packages. The following code shows you how easy it is to build a variable dynamically. The variable […]

Jan, 22
Change a Date Format Using ActiveX and SQL DTS Transformations

Change a Date Format Using ActiveX and SQL DTS Transformations

Let’s say you are importing data from a flat file to SQL Server via DTS. Now, let’s say the date format in the source file is similar to this: YYYYMMDD. If your destination column is […]

Jan, 21

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