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Possible to select multiple fields in a Lookup?

Possible to select multiple fields in a Lookup?

Possible to select multiple fields in a Lookup?

(OP)
Is it possible to run a select statement to return more than one field in a select statement inside a dtsLookUp?


Ex place the following statement in a Lookup

Select Field1,Field2 from TableA where something = ?

RE: Possible to select multiple fields in a Lookup?

I believe so. Try something like the following code as a VB Script within an ActiveX Script transformation:

CODE

    Dim i, myResult, strSomething
    
    strSomething = "Y"
    i = 0
    myResult = DTSLookups("Query_TableA").Execute(strSomething)
    If IsEmpty(myResult)= False Then
        For i=0 to 2
               If trim(myResult(i)) = "X" Then
                   Exit For
               End If
        Next        
        i = i + 1
    End If

Hope it helps!

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