Parameterizing Attunity Queries In SSIS

Melissa Coates shows us how to parameterize queries if you’re using the Attunity connector for Oracle in SSIS:

The Attunity connector for Oracle used inside of the SSIS data flow looks a little different than the typical OLE DB connector we most commonly use. Specifically, the Attunity source has two options: “Table Name” and “SQL command.” What the Attunity Oracle Source doesn’t have in this dialog box is “SQL command from variable” (like we see for an OLE DB source).

Expressions are your friend.

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