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I would like to use the sql command data access mode in an OLD DB Destination but I am not sure what my select statement would look like, in particular, do I reference a table name after say a fuzzy lookup was performed.

I would like to use the sql command data access mode in an OLD DB Destination but I am not sure what my select statement would look like, in particular, do I reference a table name after say a fuzzy lookup was performed? OLD DB Sources make sense to me since you are referencing a particular table but how can you have a select from a table after a fuzzy lookup was performed. I would like to do a sql command something like this:

select column1, column2 into new_table from [fuzzylookup_dataflow] ,but I am confused what the table_name would look like.....

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asked Feb 20, 2010 at 09:03 PM in Default

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+1 for the longest subject i've seen ;-)
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I couldn't explain how the Fuzzy Lookups work any better than this article but have you had a look at the MSDN Documentation on Fuzzy Lookup Transformations?

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answered Feb 21, 2010 at 11:29 AM

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