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SSIS DB2 Stored Procedure as a data source

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server


I have this problem:

In a DTS package I can connect to a DB2 on an AS400 and execute a stored procedure. I can then import this data into a table.


I can't do this in SSIS. DTS uses an ODBC connection. I have tried this with SSIS 2008 r2 – I can use a ado.net connection which picks up the ODBC driver.

I pass in the stored proc as a sql command.

I click preview and all the data is there. I click columns and none are defined.


Has anybody gotten this to work? It seems like a step back to me- DTS did

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