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SSIS File Rename

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I have a SSIS Export File process that is working.
The csv file is created and named with logic

@[User::strFolderName] +"\\"+ @[User::strFileName]+ @[User::strFileWeek]+".csv"

I've been asked to build the files with

@[User::strFolderName] +"\\"+ @[User::strFileName]+ @[User::strSeq] + ".csv"

The strSeq variable needs to be  a "stepped" number.
10,20,30,40,etc...

How would I go about that in SSIS for VS 2005?
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>The strSeq variable needs to be  a "stepped" number.
Does 'the files' use a ForEach File Loop?    If so, it wouldn't be too tough to create a variable iSteppedNumber, and then in your loop a script task that uses it as a readwrite variable that does this...
Dts.Variables("iSteppedNumber").Value = Dts.Variables("iSteppedNumber").Value + 10

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... then uses it to set the connection file name ..
Dim sFile As String

sFile = Dts.Variables(strFolderName).Value.ToString & 
      Dts.Variables(strFileName).Value.ToString & 
      Dts.Variables(iSteppedNumber).Value.ToString & 
       ".csv"

'Set the connection
Dts.Connections("your_connection").ConnectionString = sFile

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If you want to keep the above logic, you can do that, but you'll still (afaik) need the script task to 'incriment' the  strSeq / iSteppedNumber variable before each data pump.
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by:Jim Horn
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So .. how's it going?
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Sorry for late getback.

Was on a desperately needed vacation.
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