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Pass variables to SSIS package

Posted on 2011-03-10
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I have created a SSIS package and schedule it with SQL agent. However, any idea how to change the variables defined in the SSIS package.

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by:derekkromm
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open your sql agent job
edit the ssis step
there should be a "set values" tab - thats where you can set variables
property path is: Package.Variables[User::<var name>].Value
value is whatever you want to set it to
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by:AXISHK
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Sorry, still couldn't sort out how to put the SSIS variables into the corresponding field. Suppose the variables are defined in SSIS as shown below. How to put them into the corresponding fields in SQLAgent.

Great thank again.

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Property Path: Package.Variables[User::EndDate].Value
Value: "2/9/2011"

Property Path: Package.Variables[User::StartDate].Value
Value: "2/1/2011"

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Tks.
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