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simple : insert row then set parameter to scope_identity

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im trying to insert a new row inside an execute sql task and store the scope_identity() into a variable, this is proving harder than I would have thought.

I have amanged to store it to a result set by doing

Insert into &.. ;
Select scope_identity();

 But then I have to use a loop to get the individual column from the result set, I dont like doing this because I only have one row so seems silly to loop through one row..

If you have any ideas, it would be appreciated.
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use an output parameter inside a stored procedure to send the identity to a SSIS variable...
need an example?!

Helped?
Regards,
Pedro
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