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Programmaing with SSIS Object model

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

Hi there,

Can anyone point me to some sample source codes or any articles that describes how I can programmatically create a package which will import data from a flatfile (csv) to Sql server database.

I know there is some example that describes exporting data from sql server to flatfiles. Anyway I have failed to accomplish my goal by following those examples.

If anyone have a code snippet to do that please help me with that.

Thanks in advance

Moim Hossain




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