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I  want to export data from multiple select statements to different tabs with different result sets  into an excel file, however each select result should be created to a different tab dynamically. Can someone help me out how to do it with SSIS 2012 package?
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So far as I know, this is not something that can readily be accomplished in SSIS using the native components. Excel support in SSIS is not great. I searched around a bit, however, and found this product article: SSIS export to excel dynamically (supports multiple tables). It describes a commercial component that may enable doing what you want to do.

The price of the component appears to be $849, from their website. I think this is reasonable, given the effort involved in writing your own custom data flow component, and the intricacies of dealing with Excel. I have written a few of those myself, and I consider it a last resort.
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