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HOW TO USE AN SSIS PACKAGE TO IMPORT FLAT SOURCE FILES

Posted on 2008-10-09
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Hi there

I created an SSIS package for mssql in visual basics and i am goin to be getting more files in every week where i have to keep importing the file and creating each column on my own using fixed width

Is there anyway i can use the package to so that i can just import the fole with the same fixed width

let me know please thanks

Luke
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yes.  If the weekly files maintain the same format & name, but run the package again.
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