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SSIS Execute SQL Task with Recordset GUID Variable

Posted on 2013-06-28
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Guys and girls... I've got one that I'm currently banging my head on.

I have an SSIS package within Visual Studio. I'm pulling data from a SQL server to a recordset in the DataFlow and then in the Control Flow I'm taking that DataFlow and pointing it to a Execute SQL Task.

The only data I'm pulling is a GUID using a SQL query in an OLE DB Source. From a watchtable I can see that the single GUID (I've narrowed my query down to just one) is getting properly transfered into the recordset.

I have two variables throughout the package (EntityID & rsDetails) with EntityID being my GUID. EntityID is a string and rsDetails is an Object.

The data flow appears to be working great.

On the control flow I'm taking my data flow output and putting it into an Execute SQL Task which runs a stored procedure. I'm using my mapped variable of User::EntityID in my stored procedure. I'm stating that User::EntityID is a GUID with parameter size of 36.

When I debug and run the package, everything goes green. The data does not show up correctly and essential my GUID is NULL.

If I run SQL Profiler while the package is running I can see where the stored procedure runs and where the GUID should be but it is completely blank. I just see two single apostrophe marks next to each other with the GUID missing.
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Question by:LeifHurst
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Aaron Shilo earned 500 total points
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hi

read this for how to use guid in ssis
http://blog.wharton.com.au/2011/06/28/fun-with-ssis-and-guids/
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