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Hello,

I have created a SSIS file system import job, I have set the AlwaysUseDefaultCodePage  to true to ignore this error but I keep getting the following error on all the columns.

The column "PCD" cannot be processed because more than one code page (65001 and 1252) are specified for it.

Not sure what settings I am missing.

LJ
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by:Surendra Nath
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check the code page for the flat file source, if it is 65001 or not, then you have to change to ansi 1252
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by:David Todd
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Hi,

I found that I had to import into nvarchar columns instead of varchar columns to get around the code page thing.

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  David
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If you set on your input the flexible 'AlwaysUseDefaultCodePage ' you must have on the output also the more flexible 'nvarchar'.  
That is what my previous post was about. You changed your input-settings in attempt to get rid of probes ... but it must be balanced on the other side.

Having varchar as output was not mentioned so I only could get your attention on the (tempory)  destination also.
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