There are certain types of connection manager that are compatable with this task so we cannot just create any connection manager and these are detailed in a few graphics time.
Double click on the task itself to take a look at the custom user interface provided to us for this task.
(2009) Starring Ray Winstone, Tom Wilkinson, Ian Mc Shane, John Hurt, Stephen Dillane, Joanne Whalley and Jim Hawkins. Rating: Colin Diamond (Ray Winstone) is having a rough night.
His wife of 21 years—Liz (Joanne Whalley), the love of his life, the queen of his universe, the mother of his children—has found someone new.
We will be doing plenty of property setting in the UI later so let's take a moment to have a look at the property pane. Now we shall take you through all the properties and tell you exactly what they mean.
A lot of these properties you will see across all tasks as well as the package because of everything's base structure The Container.
“Concentrate on your snails,” a bat-wielding Archie advises the patrons as Loverboy is forcibly removed from the premises and shoved into the back of the van, whisking him away to an abandoned apartment building, where he is locked in a large wardrobe (presumably the titular 44-inch chest) to await whatever revenge Colin chooses to exact.
We watched and waited, expecting that the next flashback would detail Liz’s gruesome death, or that the next words out of Old Man Peanut’s mouth would—between f-bombs—reveal that the entire scenario is playing out in Colin’s mind as he lies dying on his living room floor, murdered by his estranged wife.
As with SQL Server 2000 DTS, SSIS allows you to output values from this task in a number of formats.
Have a look at the combobox next to the property you will see the ways in which you can pass a SQL Statement into the task itself.
Bypass Prepare Should the statement be prepared before sending to the connection manager destination (True/False) Connection This is simply the name of the connection manager that the task will use.
We can get this from the connection manager tray at the bottom of the package.