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Need SSIS package to process all XML files in a directory and archive them when finished

Posted on 2009-05-07
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Hi folks,

I'm new to SSIS so bear with me...

I'm trying to create an SSIS package to process all XML files in a directory and archive them when finished.

Basically I'd like the package to create a currentdate subfolder (Archive\CurrentDate\) if it doesn't already exist and then move the files as they're processed to that subfolder.

I have the XML Source and my OLEDB destination inside a ForEach Loop Container, but how do I test whether a directory exists, create one if necessary, and move the files?

Thanks in advance.
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Use a script task to check if the folder exists and if nor create via imports sistem.IO
helped?
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Pedro
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Thanks - do you have any sample code?
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Take a look to the package I made here and customize a little:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS-SQL-Server/SSIS/Q_24329323.html
Helped?
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Pedro
www.pedrocgd.blogspot.com
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