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Posted on 2011-03-10
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I have a stored procedure that has a companyId field formatted as follows:

Select CONVERT(VARCHAR(14),c.company_id) as CompanyId from table1

I am creating a flat file in SSIS and the companyid field needs to
be right justified, I.e. '      123456' and the maximum length of the field should be 14 spaces on the flat file.
In the SSIS Derived Column Transformation Editor i wrote the syntax:
REPLICATE(" ",14 - LEN(TRIM(CompanyId)))  in the expression field.  I thought that this would give me what i needed but it does not.


Can someone help me with the format.
I am using MS SQL Server 2008
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Question by:MoreThanDoubled
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Pratima Pharande earned 500 total points
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try this

REPLICATE(" ",14 - LEN(TRIM(CompanyId)) + CompanyId
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by:MoreThanDoubled
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Thanks pratima mcs :)

I added a trim after companyId ..it works great thanks.

REPLICATE(" ",14 - LEN(TRIM(CompanyId)) + TRIM(CompanyId)
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