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SSIS package and using a Lookup tranformation

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I am currently working on a SSIS package and using a Lookup tranformation to output a value.
               
Lookup transformation uses a custom query as follows but the query returns mulitple results.

select * from (SELECT Account_Main_Financial_Id,
       Account_Main_Start_Code,
       Account_Main_End_Code,
       Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr
FROM   cdr.Account_Main_Financial
WHERE  Account_Main_Financial_Id > 0
       AND current_usage_ind = 1
       ) [refTable]
WHERE 4390 BETWEEN [refTable].[Account_Main_Start_Code] AND [refTable].[Account_Main_End_Code]
AND [refTable].Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr =
        ( SELECT MAX(Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr) FROM cdr.Account_Main_Financial
                WHERE [refTable].Account_Main_Financial_Id =Account_Main_Financial_Id )
               
Account_Main_Financial_Id        Account_Main_Start_Code        Account_Main_End_Code        Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr
1        0        4999        2
2        0        9999        1
20        4000        4499        3
47        4390        4399        4


I tried to use a parameter to resolve this issue but parameters in a sub query are not permitted in the custom query?

select * from (SELECT Account_Main_Financial_Id,
       Account_Main_Start_Code,
       Account_Main_End_Code,
       Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr
FROM   cdr.Account_Main_Financial
WHERE  Account_Main_Financial_Id > 0
       AND current_usage_ind = 1
       ) [refTable]
WHERE ? BETWEEN [refTable].[Account_Main_Start_Code] AND [refTable].[Account_Main_End_Code]
AND [refTable].Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr =
        ( SELECT MAX(Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr) FROM cdr.Account_Main_Financial
                WHERE ? BETWEEN [Account_Main_Start_Code] AND [Account_Main_End_Code] )
               

Esentially, I need to return the Max(Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr) so that only Account_Main_Financial_Id=47 is returned.

Unfortunately, its not 1=1 and there are multiple rows being returned. Is there an easier way to do this?

Many thanks in anticipation.
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Question by:ExpertSkills
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by:Anthony Perkins
ID: 38781162
Something like this perhaps:
SELECT  a.Account_Main_Financial_Id,
        a.Account_Main_Start_Code,
        a.Account_Main_End_Code,
        d.Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr
FROM    cdr.Account_Main_Financial a
        INNER JOIN (SELECT  Account_Main_Financial_Id,
                            MAX(Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr) Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr
                    FROM    cdr.Account_Main_Financial
                    GROUP BY Account_Main_Financial_Id
                   ) d ON a.Account_Main_Financial_Id = d.Account_Main_Financial_Id
WHERE   a.Account_Main_Financial_Id > 0
        AND a.current_usage_ind = 1
        AND 4390 BETWEEN a.Account_Main_Start_Code AND a.Account_Main_End_Code

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by:ExpertSkills
ID: 38781176
Thanks for your solution but when executing, still get multiple rows returned;

Account_Main_Financial_Id        Account_Main_Start_Code        Account_Main_End_Code        Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr
1        0        4999        2
2        0        9999        1
20        4000        4499        3
47        4390        4399        4
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by:Anthony Perkins
ID: 38781227
If all you want is a single row returned then do something like this:
;WITH MyCTE AS (
    SELECT  Account_Main_Financial_Id,
            Account_Main_Start_Code,
            Account_Main_End_Code,
            Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr,
            ROW_NUMBER() OVER (ORDER BY Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr DESC) Row
    FROM    cdr.Account_Main_Financial a
    WHERE   Account_Main_Financial_Id > 0
            AND current_usage_ind = 1
            AND 4390 BETWEEN Account_Main_Start_Code AND Account_Main_End_Code
             )
SELECT  Account_Main_Financial_Id,
        Account_Main_Start_Code,
        Account_Main_End_Code,
        Account_Main_Financial_Level_Nbr
FROM    MyCTE
WHERE   Row = 1

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by:ExpertSkills
ID: 38781258
That works a treat in Query Analyser but not in the SSIS Lookup Transformation; Advanced >  Modify the SQL Statement.

Any way to incorporate this into the Lookup transformation?
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Anthony Perkins earned 500 total points
ID: 38781298
I am afraid I have no idea.
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by:ExpertSkills
ID: 38781326
Appreciate your help! Will try to get the code integrated into the component!
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