I am trying to take 2 flat files. The first has an accountID and alot of demographic information. There should be no duplicates in the file or in the table thaty I am eventually inserting into. The second file, is more of a detail file tha has multiple accountIDs and only a couple of columns that hold codes associated with the accountID. Pretty much a Main table(No dups) and a Description table(multiple accountIDs)...Anyhow, what I tried was to make 2 flatfile connections then connected a sort data flow, with only the Main table sort with the Remove duplicates checked. My next data flow object was a Merge Join with an Inner Join and the selected fields I want to be put in my table. Then I added an OLEDB Destination(SQL Server 05) and thats it. Seems simple. My first error was
[Flat File Source 1 ] Error: The column delimiter for column "BATCH DATE" was not found.
[Flat File Source 1 ] Error: An error occurred while skipping data rows.
Then a bunch of Pipeline errors.
It really isnt a complex process Im trying to do but I am new to SSIS and I would almost rather write the SQL but I gotta start learning this stuff so any help would be greatly appreciated
I have added a file with the errors on it....HELP!!!!!!!!!!!! SSISError.doc
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