SSIS task only after previous task is sucess

Posted on 2013-01-27
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i have SSIS package which has 2 tasks
task1. Execute SQl task
task 2. Move Processed file to archive directory

I want to execute task2 only when task1 is executed successfully. If Task1 is not executed not successfully, ( i mean if i get error while processing task1 that is while executing stored procedure ) , i do not want to execute task2
i am using Sql server 2005

Question by:ram27
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Saurabh Bhadauria earned 2000 total points
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For this you need to understand presidency control in SSIS

Look at below links..They have some nice screen shots and help you understand complete flow..



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Here are the steps:

1.just give a Procendence constraint connection from task 1 to task 2 .
2. select the  Procendence constraint  link and select "Success" ..This will pass only the task 1 executes successfully

3. if the task 1 failed then your over all pakage will fail. in order to avoid that . create one more task (task 3){ send mail tak (or any other task) .}
4. connect Procendence constraint connection from task 1 to task 3 and select this Procendence constraint  link and right click select "Failure"
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I tried  SThaya's approach
even my stored proc fails while executing,
Task 2 is executing
i want to execute task2 only when task1( Execute SQl task - which inter calls  stored proc ) is executed sucessfully.
I mean id there is any error while executing the stored proc , it should not execute task2

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