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SSIS INTEGRATION SERVICES EXERCISES
Exercise: Create a to-do list every Monday and copy it to a folder
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Every Monday you import a list of tasks created for you by your kind manager into a flat file, and then copy this file to a working folder. This exercise will help you create a package to automate this process!
What the final text file created by the package should look like.
First, within Management Studio open the script called Create list.sql in the above folder, and run it to create a table of to do tasks.
Now create a package called I like Mondays. Within this, create a variable to hold the weekday number:
This will hold the weekday number (1 is Monday, 2 is Tuesday, etc.).
Create a package to import the SQL Server table into a flat file (on Mondays only), then to copy this flat file to the Working folder subfolder of the above directory:
What the final package could look like.
You may find the following expression useful: DATEPART( "dw", GETDATE() )
Test your package works (you may need to change the day of the week being tested to do this), then close it down.