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Error after Cut and Paste SSIS components...

Error after Cut and Paste SSIS components...

Error after Cut and Paste SSIS components...

(OP)
After I cut and paste a source component, a data conversion and a destination component... the data conversion component gives me an error.

"The package contains two objects with the duplicate name of output column "xxx(123)".

for the life of me I can't find out how to fix this so I end up deleting the data conversion component and re-creating it.

Any advice?

RE: Error after Cut and Paste SSIS components...

I guess it's telling you it doesn't like the same-named output columns in the original and copied versions.

However, if you are able to recreate it from scratch with the same output column name, then it's probably a bug in ssis. There's plenty of them.

RE: Error after Cut and Paste SSIS components...

A column name must be unique within your data flow  your first data conversion creates that column so your second data flow can't have the same column name as an output.

Paul
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