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I have already done some data flow task and sql task in SSIS and saved it. Nw I want to do this:
Open a destination workbook and grab all rows from “table1” in sql server and dump that in cell “A3” of worksheet “dataDump” of the destination workbook – now please tell me how I can accomplish this in the same SSIS job that I created. Do i write a c# code and insert a c# task in the SSIS job? How to do that?

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>dump that in cell “A3” of worksheet “dataDump” of the destination workbook
1   In your Excel file, pre-data pump, create a named range that is cell A3 for whatever tab we're talking about.
2   In your SSIS package, make sure the Excel connection specifically refers to the above named range.

>Do i write a c# code and insert a c# task in the SSIS job? How to do that?
A script task is not necessary.
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by:Rayne
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Thank you Jim, the destination excel  will be a .xlsm file type - this excel connection  will work for that?
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