SSIS: a lookup on an non-OLEDB table

I  have to check for deleted records in the Vendor table.
Therefore my SQL table has the records that may be deleted, and my Vendor using ODBC is missing the records. Therefore the driving table is my OleDB, my lookup needs to be the ODBC. But when I do the lookup it only offers the connection Mgr for the OleDB and it titled OleDB connection Mgr..

I originally was doing this piece successfully in a SQL Stored Procedure using a linked server. The SSIS package will execute it. I wanted to change it to challege myself to learn the SSIS skills.. I fear I tend to lean on my strong skills which is hindering me in developing my newer skills.  But in this case, Is the SQL Stored Procedure really the only way I can do this?
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How many records you have for ODBC lookup?
If you use SQL 2008 you can use the cache component to save those rows in memory or in a file.

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moosetrackerAuthor Commented:
Nope.. I use SQL 2005, and we have over a million records to compare, 1,048,346 to be exact and growing. Would this be too big if I did have the cache component?

So does that mean the Stored procedure?
moosetrackerAuthor Commented:
Would have liked to have known more about the size of the cache in SQL 2008.. Like right now I am storing these 1 million plus records in a table variable in the Stored procedure.. So if I can do that, will the cache component in the SSIS hold the same amount of records..?
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