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troubleshooting Question

Logical Operator should return Integer value in SSIS

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hennanra3Flag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
Microsoft SQL ServerSSIS* ETL
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Hi All,

I have a question as in SSIS I am using excel file source and in one of the columns I need to define attributes of that dimension. In order to do that I have to apply logical operator but it is returning the results in boolean i.e., either true false or '0' or '1'. However I want the numbers to be displayed after logical operator is applied. So, Sales column in showing data as :


And logical operator will work as
Sales>= 0 && Sales<=99 should be in "a. 0-99"
Sales>100&&Sales<199 should be in "b.100-199" and so on.

Currently I am using Derived Column but it is showing results in boolean form as mentioned above. But I want the numbers to be categorized for Sales. Please guide.

Thanks in advance.

P.S.  Currently Sales' column is of integer data type but can be changed
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