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SSIS Variable in Execute SQL Task to Drop SQL Server Login

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Hi,

I have a requirement where I need to drop SQL Server Login using SSIS SQL Task and SSIS variables.

e.g.,

DROP LOGIN ?

while input parameter is setup against ? i.e., LoginName.

When I run the package it says there is a syntax error after '?'

Any comments and suggestions are appreciated.

Thanks.
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Use Expression to create dynamic query in SQL Task.
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