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In today's blog post, I am going to show you another use for the ForEach Loop container in SSIS. Most of the time, this container is used for looping through a group of files, however, there are many different uses for it.
Let's say you have a need to take some rows from a source and aggregate some values. Normally, something like that is done in the data flow, but it can also be done in the control flow.
First, create 5 variables. Pay close attention to the data types.
In the script editor, use the following script.
And there you have it. Again, this is something that is normally done in the data flow, but in case you ever encounter a need to do it at the control flow level, you know that it can be done.
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