How To compare two fields value using SSIS ( using SQL Task or C# Script Task)

HI ;

I have Table Audit  with the folllowing design

CREATE TABLE [dbo].[SSIS_AuditFiles](
      [PackageID] [varchar](100) NULL,
      [PackageName] [varchar](100) NULL,
      [_Date] [smalldatetime] NULL,
      [Banner] [varchar](1) NULL,
      [FileName] [varchar](8) NULL,
      [NbRecord] [int] NULL,
      [NbRecordQty] [int] NULL,
      [NbCtlRecord] [int] NULL

I need using SSIS to compare the NbRecord VS NbCtlRecord fields value  , if the records number is the same Ok else I have to send email to notify the issue

Can you please show me how to do that

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Have a SQL task to select the records that need to be emailed
SELECT * FROM [dbo].[SSIS_AuditFiles] WHERE  [NbRecord] <> [NbCtlRecord]

Then feed the results into an email task that emails the details you want of the selected records
FatehbourghoudAuthor Commented:
How to feed the results into an email task that emails the details you want of the selected records ?

Thanks for more details

You have several options, here are two

You can use a Data Flow task to export the rows to a flat file:
Then use a Send Email task to send the file as an attachment.
If your Data Flow task uses a Row Count component to store the count into a variable, you can use it as a condition to not send the email (if the count is zero).

If you want to send a separate email per record, you could use a for-each loop, as in this example:

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lcohanDatabase AnalystCommented:
Or you could simply send it out as an attachment:

declare @report_file_name varchar(30),
            @sql varchar(max),
            @emailbody varchar(4000)
      set @sql = N'SET NOCOUNT ON
            SELECT * FROM [dbo].[SSIS_AuditFiles] WHERE  [NbRecord] <> [NbCtlRecord]'

      SET @report_file_name = 'file_list_at_' + convert(varchar(10),getdate(), 112) + '.txt'
      SET @emailbody = 'Here is the list you wanted as today(  '+ convert(varchar(10),getdate(), 102)
      EXEC msdb.dbo.sp_send_dbmail
            @profile_name = 'yourSQLMAil smtp', -- mail profile here
            @subject = 'File Content',
            @body = @emailbody,
            @body_format = 'TEXT',
            @query = @sql,
            @attach_query_result_as_file = 1,
            @execute_query_database = 'YourDB', -- your database name here
            @query_attachment_filename = @report_file_name,
            @query_result_header = 1,
            @query_result_separator = '      ',
            @query_result_width = 1000;

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