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Hi Experts
I am new to ssis

i have a database and have multiple tables.I want to publish the rows of all the tables in different excel sheet at once  using SSIS .Please provide me the steps
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by:lcohan
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You could open SSMS, connect to your SQL server, expand databases, Right click the one you need and select "Export Data" from Tasks.
This will pop up a SSIS export wizzard where you easily can select all your tables as source and Excel as target but caution if you have lots of data. Then you can save this as SSIS instead of just execute it by clink Finish.
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Is there any way i ca use visual studio BIDS
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Sure but you would have to have at least a SELECT * for each table in your database to populate your source right? The SSMS wizzard will allow you do it in a gui mode and still save it as SSIS package that you could open in BIDS afterwards.
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by:8080_Diver
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However, that is going to be one ugly SSIS package.  You can set up a package, using buids, that will cycle through the tables and export them to Excel using a For Each Loop Container.  Doing that, you could provide a control table that would identify the tables you want to export or, if you want to export them all, you could base it on the User Table entries in the system tables.
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