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SSIS Package design question

Hi,

Would you please let me know what woud you do if the followings are need to be implemented using SSIS 2008 BIDS:

1. Query a database table A
2. Loop through each A record, and query another database table B with part of A fields
3. Based on selected fields of B, set user variables accordingly.
    At the same time, loop through each B record, and query the third table C with part of A and B fields.
4. Concatenate a string with selected fields from Table A, B and C with the variables
5, Write the string to a flat file

please, if possible, illustrate the nodes that you would use. Thanks a lot.

I have tried to use 2 ways, but still not able to make them to work:

1. Data Control  with OLEDB Source for A table --> OLEDB Comand for B --> Script Component

with this way, OLEDB Command for B is not able to produce outputs. Therefore, I am not able to set variables in side script based on the selected B records.

2. Using Control flow -->Execute SQL Task for A --> Foreach Loop for resultset of A --> contains another Execute SQL Task for B --> still inside the foreach container, using Script Task

With this way, I can have outputs of precedent nodes however, I am not able to referent any resultsets in side the script.

Hope you understand what my problems are.

Thanks,
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awarren85Commented:
Hi.

Pretty tricky.  Could this be done using pure SQL code and creating a view perhaps?  Maybe using some temp tables?  Probably a better knowledge of how tables A, B, and C work with each other would help.  Thanks.
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