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Excel output in SSIS

Posted on 2014-04-09
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need to time stamp an Excel ouput file everytime SSIS package is run.  The excel file is located at c:\customer.xls
I want the output to look like todaysdatetimestamp_customer.xls.  The data is coming from a database (OLEDB Source) to Excel Source
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Question by:Nana Hemaa
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Use a File System Task.  Below is a tutorial on how to do that.

http://www.rafael-salas.com/2007/03/ssis-file-system-task-move-and-rename.html
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by:Nana Hemaa
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I am not using a for loop container
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I have a simple select statement and sending the output to an excel
The data is coming from a database (OLEDB Source) to Excel Source
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Then don't add one the intent was to highlight the File System Task.
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I saw this link before consulting experts.  I ended up using a VBScript to resolve the issue
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ended up using a VBScript to resolve the issue
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