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These are errors when I run my package, DataConversion in SSIS 2005. Need help. My server is w2003.


[Excel Destination 1 [3415]] Warning: Truncation may occur due to inserting data from data flow column "Copy of mycolumn1" with a length of 2000 to database column "mycolumn1"

with a length of 255.

[Excel Destination 1 [3415]] Warning: Truncation may occur due to inserting data from data flow column "Copy of mycolumn2 " with a length of 512 to database column "mycolumn2"

with a length of 255.


[Excel Destination 1 [3415]] Warning: Truncation may occur due to inserting data from data flow column "Copy of mycolumn3" " with a length of 512 to database column "mycolumn3"

with a length of 255.
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Make sure destination table columns table size is greater than or equal to the source data column sizes...

You need to check the length of the attribute should be same at the database as you are setting in the transformation.


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In data conversion Transformation Editor
Lenght I set it the same as the lenght on my DB. It is still errors. Any suggestions?
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ValidateExternalMetadata property for the OLE DB Destination is set to False or True,
I still get the same errors above
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