troubleshooting Question

importing data using SSIS

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Microsoft SQL ServerMicrosoft SQL Server 2005Microsoft SQL Server 2008SSIS
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Hi there,
I am looking to import some files using SSIS 2005 -
the format in which I receive the files is what is throwing me off.
Rather than a normal table schema (rows and columns) the formatting is like follows:

{u'23456789': {u'2014-08-19': {u'date': u'2014-08-19'
                                  u'downloads': 50
                                  u'net_downloads': 49
                                  u'product_id': 39794100070
                                  u'returns': 1
                                  u'revenue': u'49.00'
                                  u'updates': 0}
                  u'2014-08-20': {u'date': u'2014-08-20'
                                  u'downloads': 40
                                  u'net_downloads': 40
                                  u'product_id': 39794100070
                                 u'returns': 0
                                  u'revenue': u'40.00'
                                  u'updates': 0}}}


I can receive this info in csv or txt file. if I open in CSV everything is on the first column A.

Can anyone advise me on how to import this sort of formatting into a normal database.
do I need to use .net to call each of the fields and split the data out?

if you have any reference sites I can look at please let me know,
thanks,p
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