Represents a connection between two components.
Assembly: Microsoft.SqlServer.DTSPipelineWrap (in Microsoft.SqlServer.DTSPipelineWrap.dll)
Thetype exposes the following members.
|Description||Gets or sets the description of an IDTSObject100. (Inherited from IDTSObject100.)|
|Description||Gets or sets the description of the object.|
|EndPoint||Gets or sets the IDTSInput100 object associated with a path.|
|ID||Gets or sets the ID of an IDTSObject100object. (Inherited from IDTSObject100.)|
|ID||Gets or sets the ID of an object.|
|IdentificationString||Gets a string that uniquely identifies an IDTSObject100. (Inherited from IDTSObject100.)|
|IdentificationString||Gets a unique string that identifies an object.|
|Name||Gets or sets the name of an IDTSObject100 object. (Inherited from IDTSObject100.)|
|Name||Gets or sets the string identifier of an object.|
|ObjectType||Gets the ObjectType property of an IDTSObject100. (Inherited from IDTSObject100.)|
|ObjectType||Returns a value from the DTSObjectType enumeration.|
|StartPoint||Gets or sets the IDTSOutput100 object associated with a path.|
|Visualized||Sets a value indicating that the user has attached a data viewer to this path in SSIS Designer.|
Path objects are created to establish the flow of data between the IDTSOutput100 of an upstream component and the IDTSInput100 of another component. A path contains a single output object represented as the StartPoint, and a single input, which is the EndPoint of the path. A path between two components is established in a two-step process. First, create the path by calling New on the path collection of the IDTSComponentMetaData100 object. Second, establish the path by calling AttachPathAndPropagateNotifications on the path itself. This method establishes the path and notifies the affected components of its existence.
The following code example demonstrates how to create a new object, and then attach the output of the upstream component to the input of the downstream component.