OLE DB Source Editor (Connection Manager Page)
Use the Connection Manager page of the OLE DB Source Editor dialog box to select the OLE DB connection manager for the source. This page also lets you select a table or view from the database.
|To load data from a data source that uses Microsoft Office Excel 2007, use an OLE DB source. You cannot use an Excel source to load data from an Excel 2007 data source. For more information, see Configure OLE DB Connection Manager. To load data from a data source that uses Microsoft Office Excel 2003 or earlier, use an Excel source. For more information, see Excel Source Editor (Connection Manager Page).|
|The CommandTimeout property of the OLE DB source is not available in the OLE DB Source Editor, but can be set by using the Advanced Editor. For more information on this property, see the Excel Source section of Source Custom Properties.|
To learn more about the OLE DB source, see OLE DB Source.
- OLE DB connection manager
Select an existing connection manager from the list, or create a new connection by clicking New.
Create a new connection manager by using the Configure OLE DB Connection Manager dialog box.
- Data access mode
Specify the method for selecting data from the source.
Table or view
Retrieve data from a table or view in the OLE DB data source.
Table name or view name variable
Specify the table or view name in a variable.
Related information: Using Variables in Packages
Retrieve data from the OLE DB data source by using a SQL query.
SQL command from variable
Specify the SQL query text in a variable.
Preview results by using the Data View dialog box. Preview can display up to 200 rows.
Note: When you preview data, columns with a CLR user-defined type (UDT) do not contain data. Instead the values <value too big to display> or System.Byte display. The former displays when the data source is accessed using the SQL OLE DB provider, the latter when using the SQL Native Client provider.
Data access mode = Table or view
- Name of the table or the view
Select the name of the table or view from a list of those available in the data source.
Data access mode = Table name or view name variable
- Variable name
Select the variable that contains the name of the table or view.
Data access mode = SQL command
- SQL command text
Enter the text of a SQL query, build the query by clicking Build Query, or locate the file that contains the query text by clicking Browse.
If you have entered a parameterized query by using ? as a parameter placeholder in the query text, use the Set Query Parameters dialog box to map query input parameters to package variables.
- Build query
Use the Query Builder dialog box to construct the SQL query visually.
Use the Open dialog box to locate the file that contains the text of the SQL query.
- Parse query
Verify the syntax of the query text.
Data access mode = SQL command from variable
- Variable name
Select the variable that contains the text of the SQL query.