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SQL 2005 SSIS Script Task - Run a Query

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How about an example of how to run a SQL query from within an SQL 2005 SSIS Script Task using an existing connection?

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Anthony Perkins earned 500 total points
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Check this link out:
The ExecuteSQL Task
http://www.sqlis.com/default.aspx?58
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by:kwebster7327
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That's useful (I'll definitely bookmark it), but I need to run a couple queries from <B>within</B> a VBScript task. Seems like a lot of effort to have to load up variables, jump out to a SQL task (or two), then jump back into another VBScript task. Actually, my scenario would require a flow likescript->SQL->script->SQL->script.

You'll get the points if nobody else comes up with a more spot-on answer- just for that link.
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