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SSIS INTEGRATION SERVICES EXERCISES
Exercise: Import Excel data, redirecting data conversion errors
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Run the script in the above folder in SQL Server Management Studio to create a table of 4 Bushtucker Trial menu items.
Create a package which tries to import additional items from the Excel workbook above into this table:
The data flow task consists of an Excel source, a data conversion task, an OLEDB destination and a Union All destination. You should add a data viewer to see redirected errors.
You should configure the error output for the data conversion task to redirect errors.
When you run this package, you should see two errors in the data viewer:
The two data conversion errors - SSIS can't convert Seven and Nine into integers.
Test that your package has added some (but not all) rows to the tblBushTuckerItem table, then close it down.