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SSIS Database Table to CSV

Posted on 2011-02-21
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Hello Everyone,

What im after is a way on how to transfer database tables to csv's over and over again without needing to exectuteing it 1000 times (obviously using a loop container) I was just looking for some resources on how to do this?

anything would be useful or any examples by yourselfs and screenshots would also help.

Many thanks

James
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you can do this by using the SSIS ...
in a loop container... query the table names from the system tables.. dynamically create the csv file by using the table name and populate it by using the data flow task... you can set the data flow sorurce and destination at runtime...
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Hi Tigin44, do you have any tutorials that would help me do this? first time and all :(

or alternatively a step by step guide by yourself?

It would be greatly appricated.

James
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after research ive found my own answer.
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After research i found the answer to my own question.
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