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Exercise: Export a table of Grand Prix events to a new flat file
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To do this exercise, first open the script in the above folder in Management Studio and execute it to get a table called GrandPrixEvents:
The first few rows generated by the above script.
Now create a package called Noisy and pointless, and within this create a data flow task using the above table as a source:
Your new package should take data from the table you've just generated in SQL Server.
Add a flat file destination like this:
Click on the Flat File destination, and drag it into your data flow task.
Now connect the source to the destination:
Feed the output from the source into the destination.
You should now be able to configure the destination to create a new flat file called Grand Prix venues:
The start of the text file generated when you run your package.
You'll need to create a new flat file connection as part of configuring the flat file destination.
When your package is working, check that it's generated a suitable text file, then close it down.