I am going to assume you know the basics of SSIS and so will start from the perpective of a new project in BIDS. Now that is in place, both streams of data need to be sorted by the ID columns (note, make sure you pass through the columns you have just converted and don’t pass through the Excel columns. We will perform the left outer join and the conditional to determine if each row is either a new row or existing row. Double click on the Merge Join, select the UID column from the database, and the UID, First Name, Surname, and Age columns from the Excel Source. Remeber to change the join type to Left outer Join Now we can perform the conditional split: 1.
Now things get exciting, we want to create a data flow that queries both the Excel File and the database table, both will need to be sorted on the same column, and then we perform a left outer join. Configure the Excel Source to open our Excel file (you will need to create an Excel Connection manager) 3. Configure the OLE DB source to reference the person table (you will need to create an OLE DB Connection manager instance) 5. Double click the conditional split and configure as shown below: This will now give us two streams coming out of the conditional split, those belonging to the the New Row and those belonging to the Existing Row. Configure the OLD DB Destination to insert to the person table 3.
For update the content in the cell or modify the content in a cell , We can use the UPDATE command like in SQL Operations.
Oftentimes, Microsoft Office users desire to integrate Excel and Word so that Excel data links into a Word document, such as account balance data in a financial report that needs to be referenced in a Word document.
It is a Once and Future technology, developed before its time, but now showing its value for processing large volumes of data, despite its quirks, poor documentation and lackluster support.
Well, there are actually a couple of ways to insert an Excel spreadsheet into Word: linking, embedding and creating a new one.
In addition to inserting an existing Excel spreadsheet, you can also insert a new Excel object into Word, which basically runs Excel inside of Word itself.
In this article, I will show you how to do it using all three methods and explain what you need to do in order to create the link.
To configure the OLD DB Command, Double click on the item: a.
Select the relevant connection manager (it is the DB one you created earlier) b.