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SSIS Issue : OLE DB connection

Hi,

I want to create a dtsx package to transfer data from a SQL Server database to an oracle database.

I want to define the OLE Db Connection in a external file (Server Name, ODBC Name, User...) and call this package from a VS Windows Forms application with the information defined in this file. Can you help me please?

Thanks fopr your help.
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tigin44Commented:
whay do you want to use and external file. It want be safe... Instead use SSIS Configuration files.
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AngieWillAuthor Commented:
I am new with SSIS.
Do you have perhaps a sample?

Thanks for your answer.
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tigin44Commented:
current I dont have an example which I can share... You may find out many over internet. Also you can find out detatiled information about configuration files.
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Reza RadCommented:
create a ssis package
add a data flow task
add a oledb data source and connect it to sql server
add a oledb data destination , connect it to oracle, remember select oracle provider for this


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Reza RadCommented:
you can read all thing from your file with script task and dynamically set expression property to your oledb connection manager
also you can use a configuration file instead that , for any configuration connection
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AngieWillAuthor Commented:
Ok I search an example in internet,

Thank for your answer.
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rajvjaCommented:
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Reza RadCommented:
this is a simple sample for putting connection password in configuration file:
http://www.nigelrivett.net/DTS/SSISConfigurationFile.html
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