How can I run WooCommerce CSV Export plugins from SSIS?

I need to create Integration Package to retrieve data from WooCommerce CSV Export plugins. We have a person who is manually starting CSV Export and create CSV File. The person has to enter three variables: Order Status, Start and End Dates. So here is my task: I need to pass these three variables to the Tool and run the CSV Export from SSIS 2012 package. I presume that only suitable tool for this is Script Task. I am curious if anybody already did what I am trying to accomplish. I understand that my strait forward approach might not  work. So I am open for other suggestions. I would really appreciate your help.
BurzhuinAsked:
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Rainer JeschorCommented:
Hi,
afaik the neglected is set automatically if there is no response for some kind of time, just to notify additional experts who subscribed to the neglected event (like I do - I have three/four other major topic areas where I get each new question - but getting addionally all SQL Server questions will simply blow up my mailbox).

Regarding your initial question:
I think it is even "easier" as far as I understand the WooCommerce API documentation. The API is a full featured REST service endpoint which means it returns data in JSON format and you can set parameter by passing the values inside the url:
http://woothemes.github.io/woocommerce-rest-api-docs

I have no exact sample package (as I have no WooCommerce sample installation) but this blog post might help you out in regards, how to use a script component as a data source inside your SSIS dataflow - without the hassle of building an own web service and quirking around with CSV:
http://dennysjymbo.blogspot.de/2013/05/using-json-feed-as-data-source-in-ssis.html

HTH
Rainer
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BurzhuinAuthor Commented:
Neglected by whom? Me? I doubt it.
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