SSIS INTEGRATION SERVICES EXERCISES▼
- Data flow tasks (4)
- Basic data transforms (1)
- Data conversion transforms (2)
- Conditional split transforms (5)
- Lookup transforms (4)
- Looping over files (3)
- Looping over rows (2)
- Merge joins (1)
- Previous versions (18)
- Script tasks (1)
- Variables in script (1)
- Script components (2)
- Accessing file attributes (2)
SSIS Integration Services | Data conversion transforms exercise | Combine an Excel workbook and CSV file into a SQL Server table
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In SQL Server Management Studio, open the SQL script in the above folder and run it. This should generate an empty table:
The empty table that you should aim to fill!
Create a package called Revisiting youth to:
- Import the 6 programs from the Excel file in the above folder;
- Import the 4 programs from the CSV file;
- Combine the two lists; and
- Feed the results into the SQL Server table you've just generated
Here's what this should give you:
You'll need a couple of sources, a data conversion task for each and a union all transform.
Check your package works, then close it down.