Delimited File Source Download [March-2022]
The Delimited File Source Download With Full Crack component is derived from a SQL script component and thus it can be deployed and used using the Publish/Install Wizard. The basic components used are:
ProjectName_1.dtsx (SQL script)
DataReader_1.dtsx (SQL script)
flatFileSource_1.dtsx (SSIS Form)
DTSDeploy_1.dtsx (SQL script)
The component will initially be deployed with four outputs from the flat file source (print, debug, Error, Audit). By adding another “OutputType” parameter, you can change this to any of the out-of-the-box columns that the flat file source is capable of producing.
This article describes how to install and use the component, while also testing the expected behaviour of the component.
Installing and Using The Component
To use the Delimited File Source you can just deploy it to any appropriate server as a package and the component will appear in the SSIS Packages library.
It may be worth pointing out that the package is deployed to a SQL Server 2014 instance and not Visual Studio, so the connection manager will look slightly different to the one used when deploying the SQL script by default.
You should see something like the following picture:
Once you deploy the package you will see the flat file source appearing in the list of available SSIS objects.
The properties for the component are pretty similar to the flat file source properties, as you would expect.
The Properties dialog box is pretty self-explanatory, but the most important ones are:
– SourceName – The name of the file the component will read from
– DestinationServer – The server the file will be sent to
– DestinationTable – The name of the table the file will be sent to
– DestinationTableSchema – The schema of the table the file will be sent to
– SourceColumns – The columns of the file that will be used to load data (this can be modified later using the Control Flow tab)
– SourceFieldDelimiter – The delimiter used to split the contents of the file into columns
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DSS Delimited File Source is a simple flat file source that reads delimited file formats. The source reads the text string delimiters specified in the data source and parses them into separate rows. The value of a field can be identified by the position of the first or last delimiter. Fields can be identified by absolute or relative names. When a field value does not contain a delimiter, the parser will return a null value.
The File Destination component is used to read delimited data from the source and write it to files, databases, or other destinations. One of the features of this component is the ability to detect new lines that have been added to the source and write them out to the destination, allowing you to clean up data by automatically removing extraneous new lines.
Configure the component by:
– Configuring a connection to the delimited file source
– Specifying the data source
– Specifying the field name/column to use
– Specifying the field delimiter
– Specifying the field position to identify fields
– Specifying whether to write new lines to the destination
Once the data is read into the component, you can control the output behavior of the component by changing the value of the result expression.
The information in this article applies to Visual Studio 2013. If you are using another version of Visual Studio, please see the documents listed at the end of this topic.
Column Name Translation
When you upload a delimited file to an SSIS package, each time it is read, the delimiter character is appended to the end of the data and it is reread as part of the next iteration. The component’s primary input, as well as its first and last output column contain the delimiter and are typically named accordingly, so that the column’s name is a duplicate of the column’s position in the delimited file. The following example shows these columns:
The component’s first output column (First or F) contains the delimiter and is named Delimiter or *Del. The component’s last output column (Last or L) contains the delimiter and is named Delimiter or *Del. The content of these columns will be copied to the destination’s First and Last output columns.
You can configure the component by specifying the delimited file source, the data source, the field name/column to use, the field delimiter, the field position to identify fields
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The Delimited File Source does not require any configuration. Simply point it at the source location, and the DFS will read data from the input and send it to the standard output. If you want to log the data read, then you must enable the audit output.
Installing the Delimited File Source:
To install the DFS, drag and drop a connection from the Windows toolbox, or use the SSIS Catalog.
The configuration for a regular connection to the source is very simple.
[This is not the typical data flow but just to get the point across]
[Begin the data flow with the source configuration]
NOTE: The data flow is presented out of sequence in order to show the preconfigured configuration.
The only configuration that the delimited file requires is the delimiter (line break). It is particularly important to use a **CR** as the carriage return character.
The DFS is very flexible in terms of column configuration. For example, if you want to read a column from column A and transform the data into column F, you simply define the correct columns that are read from A to F.
[Now for the data]
[The Data Flow tab will be selected after running the Data Flow Task]
The DFS uses the Open and ProcessOutputRows methods to process the data in the source file. Open has a default security level of System which allows the data to be read but the data is not effectively modified. There are two methods that can be overridden, the second being enforced.
[The “Process Output Row” method is what is used for the delimited source]
If you are not performing data transformations, then ProcessOutputRow can simply be enabled with the same options as the Flat File Source. This means that none of the data will be modified or transformed.
If transformations are required, then the Flat File Source is more appropriate. However, the Flat File Source has a bug that can result in the data being modified if there is a mismatch in the number of columns specified compared to the number of columns in the data source.
In order to alleviate this issue, a custom enumeration is needed that tracks the columns for the data and the columns that are actually present in the data. The enumeration has the same values as the column name and the column alias.
There are only three enumerations that can be used:
What’s New In Delimited File Source?
The Delimited File Source component can be used to read delimited files, either from location stored in a file share, or files cached on a package. Either way the user is required to provide the source file path to the component.
In order to initialize, the user is required to select either the file path or file share, or both. The Component will then begin trying to read the file, and if the data is loaded successfully, the Data Flow task will begin normal processing.
If the file path is invalid, then the ‘file not found’ error is thrown and the Data Flow task will not be started.
If the connection to the file share fails, then the user may choose to log the error, for example:
Publish and set the Task Name to ‘Log Error’
If the path to the file is invalid, then the file will not be opened, and the user is prompted for the invalid file. Once the invalid file has been selected, then the component will try to connect to the given server. If this fails, then the user can choose to log the error, or send an e-mail error report to a global Exchange e-mail address for example.
If the Data Flow task starts successfully, then the data will be loaded, and the data flow task will automatically capture all output from the component, along with the error outputs, and any output added by users of the component. This allows the developer to provide any required transformations (discussed below), and have all that information captured in one place.
Delimited File Source Outputs
Input & Data | The Input and Data outputs are used to read the data from the data source component. The Input output is used to retrieve the path to the data file (in case the file is stored on a file share), or the path to the file cache (in case the data file is stored in memory). The Data output is used to store the data it read from the source file.
| Error and Audit | The Error and Audit outputs are used to communicate to a downstream task any errors or transformations added by the user. This allows users of the component to add basic comments to their data without having to make the changes in the Input or Data output. The user may choose to filter these messages if desired.
| *Please note – If the Audit output is enabled, then the Error output will not be enabled.
Transformations | The Component allows users to add transformations to the data before it is stored in the Data output
Minimum System Requirements:
OS: Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows 8 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows 8.1 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows 10 (32-bit/64-bit) and Windows 10 Mobile (ARM/x86)
Processor: Intel Core i3-3220 or AMD FX-6300
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD 4000, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R9 270X
DirectX: Version 11