SSIS Expression for a column after importing an excel file to SQL

Hi I am a newbie to SSIS. I have to export an Excel file to SQL Server table but there is a column which has a certain format which need to be followed. Trying my luck to write its expression for Derived Column but in vain. The format is as follows:

ABCDYYMM0001

0001 portion will be incremented depending upon the number of rows.

Thanks in advance.
hennanra3Asked:
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Vikas GargBusiness Intelligence DeveloperCommented:
HI,

Can you give sample data ?

and explain what you want in SQL column ?

However you can achieve this using string functions like Stuff and other as per the output required...
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Jose TorresSenior SQL Server DBACommented:
To capture the current row number you will need to use the script task and while you're there might as well concat the results for your new value instead of derived column.

There are a lot of examples on the web on how to write the script
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