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SSIS Derived Column help add decimal

Posted on 2014-03-04
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I need help converting a number in SSIS derived column.

The field is currently set as a string [wstr].

the number looks like this 5834

It needs to be 58.34

does someone know the ssis expression to add the decimal after the first two digits?
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Sreedhar Vengala earned 500 total points
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Use Derived Column Transformation.  Where 'numericvalue' is your input string.

(DT_DECIMAL,2)(SUBSTRING(numericvalue,1,LEN(numericvalue) - 2) + "." + RIGHT(numbericvalue,2))
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