I have sample data like below:

Name4 Name5 Name6
Name1 Name2 Name3
Name1 Name2 Name3 EFCL
Name1 Name2 Name3 EFVP

I want to replace by lookup the Name1 Name2 Name3 with X as well as Name1 Name2 Name3 EFCL,
Name1 Name2 Name3 EFVP with X.

What that mean is I use only the Name1 Name2 Name3 to determine the replace values,

How do I achieve this

thanks in advance
ken hanseAsked:
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Vikas GargAssociate Principal EngineerCommented:
In SSIS Lookup you have to have the data source from where you are looking up the main data.

You can have a Lookup table having two column one having value like source and other has text X

So that you can match them using source data and retrieve the text column having values "x"
ken hanseAuthor Commented:
Any idea of using Fuzzy logic rather than hard coding use of LIKE??
Vikas GargAssociate Principal EngineerCommented:
You can also use fuzzy lookup

This will help you to get the required result for your solution........
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ken hanseAuthor Commented:
I used Fuzzy Logic, I could not achieve the result, it says not match, How can I configure word matching in fuzzy lookup?

Name1 Name2 Name3
Name1 Name2 Name3 EFCL

in the above two rows, I should give matched as output   irrespective of "EFCL".
Vikas GargAssociate Principal EngineerCommented:
I think you need to set the similarity threshold value.

Because it depends on it the % of common values among the column
ken hanseAuthor Commented:
sorry for the late response, what is the % level we should put to achieve this?
Vikas GargAssociate Principal EngineerCommented:
The % level depends upon matching text values and varies between 60 - 80 so try with some random values till you will achieve your goal

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ken hanseAuthor Commented:
good help
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