10777 multiple lookup, as I do?

Hi Experts, I have a table that has several foreign keys, therefore I use multiple lookup, as I do?
My source is flat file source information

codigoMaterialReal;codigoOrganizacionVenta;descripcionMaterialReal;codigoTipoArticulo;codigoGramaje;codigoCapacidad;codigoIntervaloCapacidad;codigoColor
000000000100000048;PE10;RES - CLEAR PET CP001 NFDA CR.;003;058;;;017
000000000100000110;PE10;PRE 15.6 GR.ACEITE;002;073;;;001
000000000100000121;PE10;PLOP XXXXX INSPECTOR;003;058;;;017
000000000100000122;PE10;PLOP XXXXX METAL;003;058;;;017
000000000100000123;PE10;PLOP XXXX SEA;003;058;;;017
000000000100000137;PE10;PLOP - NO USAR CODIGO;002;001;;;001
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
Necesita explicar, por favor.

What program are you in (SSMS or BIDS/SSDT), and ¿qué quieres hacer? Why are you asking about multiple lookups? Are you trying to get additional information from another table?
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enrique_aeoAuthor Commented:
ok
i am using SSIS
below the image of the solution, there is another way to do it?
LOOKUP.png
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
If what you are trying to do is get a value from another table - for example, you have a Company IDA and you want the company name, then that is a fair way to do it.

You could do an Execute SQL task instead, using a staging table. If performance is the problem, there may be Lookup options you can try.

If it works, what is wrong?
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enrique_aeoAuthor Commented:
it is works!!!

can you give me an example with Execute SQL task
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
It's exactly the same as if you were doing it in SSMS. So if you know how to do the inner joins in SSMS, you know how to do it it in SSIS.

1. Load the data from your flat file.
2. Save the data into a table in the same database as your other tables.
3. Do the Execute SQL Task.
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