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Data Driven Query, UPDATE only processing one source row

Data Driven Query, UPDATE only processing one source row

Data Driven Query, UPDATE only processing one source row


I've got a DTS package that includes a single Data Driven Query whose purpose is to update address records in a SQL Server table (destination,Connection 2) with address information that is pulled from a csv file (source,Connection 1).  The ActiveX script that I've
written to perform the details of the transformation is shown below.
The problem I'm having is for whatever reason the package only updates the first record that it selects from the source (Connection 1).  The source contains 150 rows and when the package runs it claims that it has processed 150 rows, but only one is actually updated.
Any help!?!?  Thanks in advance.

'  Visual Basic Transformation Script

Function Main()

        on error resume next

        Dim strAddrLine1
        Dim strDateCheck
        Dim strIDCheck
        Dim errText1
        Dim objFSO
        Dim objStream
        Dim strID
        Dim strDate
        Dim count

        count = 0

        const OUTPUT_FILE = "c:\FionDTS.txt"
        const fsoForWriting = 2

        set objFSO = CreateObject "Scripting.FileSystemObject")

        set objStream = objFSO.OpenTextFile(OUTPUT_FILE, fsoForWriting, true)

        strDate = Date()

        errText1 = "Starting error log"

        strID = DTSSource("Id")
        objStream.WriteLine("Current Student ID is " &strID)

        strAddrLine1 = DTSSource("AddrLine1") & ""
        objStream.WriteLine("Current Addr1 is " &strAddrLine1)

        strIDCheck = DTSLookups("AddrIDLookup").Execute(DTSSource("ID"))
        objStream.WriteLine("ID CHECK is " &strIDCheck)

        strDateCheck = DTSLookups("DateCheck").Execute(DTSSource
("ChangeDate"), strIDCheck)
        objStream.WriteLine("DateCheck lookup1 returned " &strDateCheck)

        If (strIDCheck <> "") and (strAddrLine1 <> "") Then

                strDateCheck = DTSLookups("DateCheck").Execute(DTSSource
("ChangeDate"), strIDCheck)
                objStream.WriteLine("DateCheck lookup returned " &strDateCheck)

                If (strDateCheck = "Y") Then

                        DTSDestination("ADDR1") = DTSSource("AddrLine1")
                        DTSDestination("ADDR2") = DTSSource("AddrLine2")
                        DTSDestination("CITY") = DTSSource("AddrCity")
                        DTSDestination("STATE") = DTSSource("AddrState")
                        DTSDestination("ZIP") = DTSSource("AddrZip")
                        DTSDestination("COUNTRY") = DTSSource("AddrNatn")
                        DTSDestination("DAYPHONE") = DTSSource("PhoneNumber")
                        DTSDestination("ADDRESS_ID") = DTSLookups("AddrIDLookup").Execute
                        Main = DTSTransformstat_UpdateQuery
                        Main = DTSTransformStat_SkipRow
                        objStream.WriteLine("Date in CLM newer than date in Banner")
                End If
                objStream.WriteLine("Null Input")
                Main = DTSTransformStat_SkipRow
        End If

        strIDCheck = ""
        strAddrLine1 = ""
        strID = ""
        strDateCheck = ""

  End If
End Function

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