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Posted on 2004-09-27
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Hi,

I use this for a single input lookup:
DTSDestination("myID") = DTSLookups("lkID").Execute(DTSSource("DBNum"))

My question is, how can I code it so that it can take two parameters?  Thx
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Make sure the lookup query accepts to parms and just code them on the execute:

DTSDestination("myID") = DTSLookups("lkID").Execute(DTSSource("DBNum"),DTSSource("value2"))
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So, it is just like sending parameters in Source tab in ActiveX.  Everything must be in order?

ex.  Select * from myTable Where A=? and B = ?

DTSDestination("myID") = DTSLookups("lkID").Execute(DTSSource("DBNum"),DTSSource("value2"))
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Exactly...
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by:mcrmg
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I tried that, I make sure that lookup can take 2 parameters..

But I got this err:


Invalid procedure call or argument:"DTSSource"
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by:arbert
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Works fine for me.  On your AxtiveX transformation,  make sure on the "source columns" tab that you have selected all the columns used for the lookup--if you only have the one column selected you will receive this error.

Brett
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Also, here is the MS link on the subject with some good examples :

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/dtssql/dts_addf_misc_2dix.asp


Brett
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Thanks...got that
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Good deal!

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