Hello Experts Exchange
I have a Excel file that I'm trying to import into SQL Server 2012 using SSIS. The file looks fine but I'm unable to import data from the columns called "Overtime (hrs)" & "Late / Ely off (hrs)".
I have attached a sample file to show you the data, can anyone help me to get the data into SQL Server please?
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