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Loading data from multiple files

Loading data from multiple files

Loading data from multiple files

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I'm still waiting for SQL Server 2005, but I'm starting to build my package in Visual Studio.

I'm wondering how I should choose between using a ForEach container to loop over all the input files or using a "Multiple Flat Files" connection manager.

Files are CSV with field names on first row.

I have to load a year's historical data.  After I do that and create the logic to produce reports, a secretary will be doing the updates as new data is e-mailed to her each week.

I'm hoping I can provide a way she can just drag all the file icons (five or six at a time) from the e-mail attachments panel directly onto the desktop icon for a Windows application.

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