Ssis rowcount variable not updating
No Read Only Variables or Read Write Variables need to be set, just press the button.
As the script really is just a C# class, all we have to do is add a private variable, initialize it, increase it for every row and assign the value to the outputcolumn “Row Number”. Open your OLE DB Destination and make a mapping for the Row Number column.
Then create the variable by clicking on the Add Variable button at the top of the Variables window.
Give your variable a Name, a Data Type and a Value.
This is the only way to identify which parameter is being used for which question mark. Here’s the tricky bit which isn’t at all self explanatory.
Now you’re done, run the script and you will see that the Row Number column in the destination table will increase for every row that is inserted!
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Another thing we thought was missing is the ability to calculate the time taken between components in the pipeline.
An example usage would be that you want to know how many rows flowed between Component A and Component B and how long it took. Credit must go to Erik Veerman of Solid Quality Learning for the idea behind noting the duration.