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SSIS INTEGRATION SERVICES EXERCISES
Exercise: Import all of the worksheets in a workbook into a table
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In Management Studio, open the SQL script in the above file and execute it to get this empty table:
This is the table you need to populate, by adding rows for each of the worksheets in the Excel workbook in the above folder.
Create a new package called Loop over worksheets, and within this a variable:
It's vital that you give this variable a value equal to one of the worksheet names, otherwise you won't be able to create a data flow task later.
Now create a package which imports each worksheet's data:
The control flow for this package
Here's what the data flow will look like:
The data flow task.
The package should populate the ADO shopping table when it runs:
The first few rows of the final table (they won't necessarily appear in this order, though).
There's not much help given above! Either refer to the courseware manual (if you're lucky enough to be sitting on a Wise Owl course), or refer to this blog otherwise.
When you've got this working, close the package down!