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I have a script transformation that is creating a dataset and I want to do lookup to other sql tables to pull in foreign keys to insert into another table. Do I use a Lookup or something else? Anyone have any links to examples I could follow?
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connect output of script component to a lookup transformation and set lookup table ( it must be an OLE DB Connection ) now you have match rows and non match rows output
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what if I have up to 3 tables I want to bring in foreign keys from...do I need a seperate Lookup for each?
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if your input is 3 table, but your lookup table is one,
just merge all inputs with UNION ALL Transformation and then connect output of union all to lookup.
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