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In Management Studio, open the SQL script in the above folder and execute it to generate an empty table:
Your package should fill this table!
The idea is to combine data from the three workbooks in this folder into a single table:
The final result your package should produce: a list of songs in the original empty SQL Server table imported from each of the Excel workbooks in the above folder.
Start by creating a package called Something for everyone which looks like this:
To start with, just get the data flow task to import the Anyone.xlsx data into your Playlist table (we'll worry about changing this file in a moment).
When you run this package, you should get a bit of repetition:
Adele is good, but not THAT good - we've imported rows from the same workbook 3 times over.
Now change the properties of your Excel connection manager so that the connection is an expression whose value changes each time round the loop:
How much energy do you still have left? You could always add a derived column transform within the data flow task to generate the target market column value. Here's a suggestion for the (horrible) expression you could use:
"\\",1) - 1),".xlsx","")
And now it's definitely time to close the package down!
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