In a dataflow, I am trying to use a Lookup Transformation to join to a Synonym. The preview button displays data, by clicking the Columns button results in "The Lookup transformation method, ReinitializeMetadata, failed."
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In SSMS when I connect to SSIS it seems to work. When I try to expand teh MSDB folder under Stored Packages, I get a login failed message with some verbiage about the instance either being non-existent or not available. There are two instances installed
on this machine - a default instance and a named instance. The MsDtsSrvr.ini.xml config file has "." for the server. I have tried the server name and IP address in this config all to no avail. Any ideas why this is happening?
We are using Fuzzy lookup transformation in our SSIS package.
We have selected option to store and maintain index for first time. And for subsequent executions, we use option to use existing index. So it will not create new index each time. We are doing fuzzy lookup on single source table with single column. The source
table contains more than 2.5 million rows.
So while executing the package, although its not taking time to build complete index. But still it takes considerable time and uses large memory whenever we execute it.
We have also set the WarmCache option to true. Although all data is loaded into memory and removed after execution.
Is there any other way so we can keep the data in memory, so for subsequent execution, it gets result directly from memory?
Please let me know if you have any suggestion? Its urgent.
Thanks in advance.
Good day, i need help please.
The problem i have is that a percentage colume in my table, when i sum the total = '100.0000000'
This fine, but when i insert in SSIS - Lookup & i preview the data in Lookup task the Total = '100.072' which makes my calculations incorrect.
is there something i need to do to keep it in its original sum - but i view my decimal places in advanced properties decmal(38,12) so this should be fine.
Is in the query that i have to perhaps force it to be 100.0000, how?
Can somebody please direct me on what i should do
I'm having difficulty with a lookup task.
Firstly in my Lookup my query contains a "DISTINCT" and my cols match source as only some records fail, Source also has a distinct so no Duplicate there either.
I also added on error to display error records to a dataview. Now the lookup code does exist not sure why he is failing
The Lookup transformation found duplicate key values when caching metadata in PreExecute. This error occurs in Full Cache mode only. Either remove the duplicate key values, or change the cache mode to PARTIAL or NO_CACHE.
Is the records locking each other as source & lookup read from same table with diff filter criteria to gether with (NOLOCK) specified.
I have built an incremental load ETL Process to load some flat files with an SSIS Lookup and Conditional Split. I only have one path in the conditional split and that is for New
I have two questions:
For the new records path, I have to check to see if a record exists and I don’t have a single key that is unique, therefore, I have to use a multiple keys to make the record unique.
Below is what I have put in the conditional transformation editor for my first output condition:
I had an issue recently and I'd like to solicit feedback as to whether this is an SSIS flaw:
In the lookup component, when you select the Partial or No Cache option, a property in addition to the sqlcommand property becomes available called sqlcommandparam. Originally this package was developed using Lookups pointing to a dimension on "schema_A"
and we wanted to change the reference to "schema_B". Now, obviously the sqlcommandparam property became available because you can elect to use the Advanced SQL option in the component. However, I never chose to do that. So, long story short, I go into
this package to change the schema reference in the Lookup's query. It changes the sqlcommand property value to be "select value from schema_B.table" but it didn't change the corresponding value in the sqlcommandparam property. That property remained "select
value from schema_A.table". SSIS never threw an error to say the schema's didn't match. And the Lookup worked as designed, picking up values from the table on schema_B. Not until we finally decommisioned schema_A did I get an error at runtime that said "Table
or view does not exist".
So, can anyone (hopefully Microsoft) confirm that this is in fact a flaw? I am on MSFT VS 2008 V 9.0.30729.1 SP.
Can any body send code for how to execute a parameterized stored procedure using ssis dataflow script component transformation using .net
I know how to execute storedproc using control flow script task, but I need using ssis dataflow script component transformation.
I am new to ASP.NET and SSIS Package . I tried to execute a package. Package Execution is working well in my local server but it not working in web server. While trying to find the error, i got the following,
System.Reflection.TargetInvocationException: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. ---> System.InvalidOperationException: Showing a modal dialog box or form when the application is not running in UserInteractive mode is not a valid
operation. Specify the ServiceNotification or DefaultDesktopOnly style to display a notification from a service application.
It would be helpful if any one find a solution.