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SSIS - Lookup Transform - Redirect Row - Flat File?

Posted on 2011-09-02
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Hello all,

I am troubleshooting a package that someone else wrote that has a lookup that keeps failing.  I am trying to determine what records are failing.  All I want to do is dump the errors to a log or something so I can see what rows are failing.  Any idea how I can just quickly set that up so I can determine what table and row is failing?
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Please transfer error rows to SQL table or flat file etc using redirecting the rows as in image.
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