SSIS Tutorial Part 18 - How to Load Multiple Excel Sheets to a SQL Server Table in SSIS Package

In this video post you will learn How to Load Multiple Excel Sheets from a single Excel file to a SQL Server Table.
This scenario can be used when you often get data on multiple sheets in an Excel file. The structure of columns is same on each sheet but data can be different.

The number of sheets can be deleted or added to the file as long as the new sheet follow the same column structure.

In this video you will learn following Items

  1. How to use Foreach Loop Container with "Foreach ADO.NET Schema Rowset"
  2. How to load Data from Excel Sheet to SQL Server Table
  3. How to use Data Conversion Transformation in ssis Package to Convert Excel Data to Destination Table data Type
  4. How to use Variables in SSIS Package to generate Dynamic Connection Manager
  5. How to use Data Flow Task in SSIS Package


4 comments:

  1. Hi ,Can you please make a video of ssis deployment to Different Environements

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  2. Hi, I nice explanation but the length of video is more if it possible pls decrease the video size

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  3. I tried to select "Microsoft Office 12.0 Datababase Engine OLE DB Provider" from the .Net Providers for OleDb drop down list. However, I don't see this option in my SSIS. I've checked around on Google and downloaded and the 64 bit version of Microsoft Access Database Engine 2016 Redistributable (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx…) Since I have a 64 bit laptop and I have 64 bit, 2019 version of MS Office/Excel). I'm using SSDT 2017 to run SSIS. However I'm still not getting the the MS Office Access DB Engine OLE DB Provider option. Any advice?

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  4. I tried to select "Microsoft Office 12.0 Datababase Engine OLE DB Provider" from the .Net Providers for OleDb drop down list. However, I don't see this option in my SSIS. I've checked around on Google and downloaded and the 64 bit version of Microsoft Access Database Engine 2016 Redistributable (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx…) Since I have a 64 bit laptop and I have 64 bit, 2019 version of MS Office/Excel). I'm using SSDT 2017 to run SSIS. However I'm still not getting the the MS Office Access DB Engine OLE DB Provider option. Any advice?

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