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Copy the file Using Script Task.

Posted on 2012-04-12
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Hi Experts,


I want to copy the file (located in ftp share folder) to my local machine using the script task in C#(SSIS 2008).

I have tried using the File System Task and used the operation Copy , it is moving the file instead of copying the file.

FTP task , I don't want to use as I need to set up the FTP Connection and  our company policy doesn't allow to  use ftp .

So could you please provide me the custom  code to copy a file from  a FTP Share Folder
to my local machine using the Script Task (C#)

Regards,

Sreekanth.
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