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SSIS SQL Source to Excel Destination not writing any rows

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Hello, I have a simple SSIS package that has two items in the data flow, OLE DB Source & Excel Destination.  They are connected and I get no errors when I run the package however, I do not get any data in the Excel spreadsheet.  Though the Execution Results says that 1 row has been written.  I have declared the first row in the Excel spreadsheet as the header row and it has the name of the columns in it.  I get one row as a result from my SQL Query which is fine.  But nothing shows up in Excel and I am completely lost at this point over it.  

Any ideas or suggestions as to what to look at is greatly appreciated.

Regards,
John
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
which SQL version?
Could you zip the package and attach it to this question?
Thanks.
Rainer
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Jim Horn earned 500 total points
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>I do not get any data in the Excel spreadsheet.
Eyeball all of your Excel doc to make sure that is the case, as SSIS to Excel has some known issues where if a package previously inserted 100 rows, and you run it again, the output data will appear on row 101 and not row 1.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

I figured out what I was doing wrong.
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by:Jim Horn
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>I figured out what I was doing wrong.
For the benefit of future experts in your situation, spell out what you were doing wrong here.
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by:j_heck
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You are right Jim, I apologize for not giving the resolution.  It was a file naming problem with the file it was being written to in the Excel Destination.  The incorrect sheet was being written to.  This was still giving me problems so for the time being I switched it tow write to a CSV file using the Flat File Destination and the Flat File Connection Manager.
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by:j_heck
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Jim you got me looking more closely at the Excel Destination and I did switch to using a Flat File Destination for the time being.  Thanks.
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