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How to Start the SSIS Import/Export Wizard
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There are several ways to instantiate the SSIS Import/Export Wizard. You can start it by going through SSMS, Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS), or the command prompt.
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Starting the SSIS Import/Export Wizard from within SSMS is similar to how you access the Import/Export Wizard in SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Manager. To start the SSIS Import/Export Wizard in SSMS, begin by connecting to a Database Engine server type in the object browser. Under the Databases node, right-click any database container in the tree, choose Tasks, and then choose either Import Data or Export Data, as Figure 10-1 shows.
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There are two ways to start the SSIS Import/Export Wizard from within BIDS. The first method is to right-click the SSIS Packages folder and then choose SSIS Import And Export Wizard. The second method is to click SSIS Import And Export Wizard on the Project menu.
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Lesson 5: Using the SSIS Import/Export Wizard
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Figure 10-1 Starting the SSIS Import/Export Wizard from within SSMS
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You can also start the SSIS Import/Export Wizard by running DTSWizard.exe, which by default is located in C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\DTS\Binn. After typing the command, the standard graphical user interface (GUI) for the wizard is launched.
Walking Through the Import/Export Wizard
After displaying the Welcome screen, the wizard guides you through selecting the data source, destination, mapping, and package save and execution options.
Choose a Data Source
The wizard first has you specify a data source and its related options. There are many options for a data source, which vary based on the data providers installed. Because this chapter is about importing flat files, Figure 10-2 shows Flat File Source selected as the data source. When you select Flat File Source as your data source, the SQL Server Import And Export Wizard displays the options that pertain to a flat file, including an option to select the file for import, the types of delimeters used, and whether or not the file contains headers. After you have set up everything properly for your situation, click Next.
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Figure 10-2 Selecting Flat File Source as the data source for the import
Choose a Destination
The next page, Choose A Destination, enables you to select the destination for the data import. Again, this can be any valid data provider. Using the example of importing data from a flat file into a SQL Server table, you use the default destination of SQL Native Client, shown in Figure 10-3.
Figure 10-3 Selecting SQL Native Client as the destination for the import
Lesson 5: Using the SSIS Import/Export Wizard
As before, after you select the provider, the wizard shows provider-specific options, which in this case include Server Name, Authentication Method, and Database. After you configure the options, click Next.
Select Source Tables And Views
The Select Source Tables And Views page, as Figure 10-4 shows, enables you to specify which source you want to map to which destination and how you want that mapping to occur. For the flat file import example, you use a single source and single destination. Clicking Edit in the Mapping column lets you specify column-level mapping and other options such as Identity Insert.
Figure 10-4 Mapping source and destination for the import
Save And Execute Package
In the next page, Save And Execute Package, you specify whether you want to execute the import now and/or save the package for later. Selecting the Execute Immediately check box (see Figure 10-5) means that SQL Server executes the import when you complete the wizard. Selecting the Save SSIS Package check box enables you to save the import package for later use. Saving the package is useful for several reasons, including tracing data lineage, reusing the package, and using the package as a base for other packages. You can use the package for a basic form of data lineage in which someone can open the package and see what transformations and mappings occurred during the import. Also, you can
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reuse the package for additional imports, possibly with minor variations such as a different file name or source file path. Finally, many people use the wizard to create a base package for performing complex imports. They use the wizard to create the basic package with minimal transforms; then they can edit the saved package within SSIS to make it more robust.
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