Derived Column that is Count of each value

I have a Data Source that i am working with in SSIS.  The data source has an id Column that contains duplicates,  but the way the data is it's actually not a duplicate value.  I know confusing right.

So the data looks like this:
ID         |       Data
20197  |....... more data
20197  |........more data
20197  |........more data
20198  |........more data
20198  |........more data
20199  |........more data

The way the Data is I am needing to  to add a count and grouping. to each values.

The end Result should look like
ID      |Port|    Data
20197  |1|....... more data
20197  |2|........more data
20197  |3|........more data
20198  |1|........more data
20198  |2|........more data
20199  |1|........more data

The data source is CSV so I am needing to do All of this in SSIS some how
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ValentinoVBI ConsultantCommented:
It will require some work such as sorting the data, adding a script component to generate the counter and all, but it is possible.

Have a look at the following article by Jason Strate:

Especially the RowNumberByEmail is similar to your situation.

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AnujSQL Server DBACommented:
Did you tried derived column tool in SSIS?
Jason YousefSr. BI  DeveloperCommented:
Here's also a similar approach...

@Valentino, did you mean JASON YOUSEF :P
ValentinoVBI ConsultantCommented:
@huslayer: dude, you've got too much spare time! ;)

BTW: you're assuming that the input file contains the data sorted on ID. If that's not the case then an additional Sort transform would be needed.
Jason YousefSr. BI  DeveloperCommented:
Opps I forgot to mention that, thanks for you reminding me !!
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