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Extracting the contents of a full result set from a Execute SQL Task in SSIS

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I have successfully used an Execute SQL task to insert the column values of a query into variables when employing a single row result. I would like to do something similar with a full result set. All I have been able to do is populate an object variable. The value of this variable = System._ComObject. I understand that this can be used in other SSIS components like a For Each Loop container. What is the process ? Thanks.
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Hello,

In the below article complete process has been shown.


http://www.timmitchell.net/post/2013/05/28/using-the-ssis-object-variable-as-a-result-set-enumerator/

Hope this would help you
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I am in the process of trying this out. Thanks.
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Thanks for the link.
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