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The Replacing Data Conversion component, like the Data Conversion component, can be added to the Data Flow as a real or virtual component. The major difference is that this component is designed to replace the column, and not create a new column. The code for this component is here:
Replace Data Conversion
When this component is selected as a real component, it will be added to the Data Flow after the DT_WSTR component.
When added as a virtual component, it will be added before the DT_WSTR component and will simply replace the column with another.
This component is designed so that it can be used instead of the built in Data Conversion component in SSIS.
When a ReReplace Data Conversion is selected as a virtual component, it can be used to remove the source or destination column from the Data Flow. So, for example, you could use the ReReplace Data Conversion component to change a column’s data type, and then to remove that column from the Data Flow.
Please use this component in place of the Data Conversion component, and note that this replaces the existing column instead of adding a different one.
REPLACING ASYNCHRONOUS DATA CONVERSION
The asynch Data Conversion component is an asynchronous component that copies the data from one row in its input buffer to another row in its output buffer.
It will process a row one row at a time, using the next row from the input buffer as the row to copy.
As such, it is not designed to be used for one time batching up data. It is intended to be used for a one at a time conversion.
The advantage of using this component instead of the Data Conversion component is that the input rows are copied exactly as they were written by the source component in the original data flow, so you will get exactly the same data as if you had set up a Data Flow Job to perform the conversion.
This is an asynchronous component. For more information, please see here:
Replace the column in the Data Flow instead of adding a different column with a different name.
This component replaces the column in the Data Flow instead of adding a different column with a different name.
This component takes the same input row as a standard Data Conversion, copies the data, and then outputs the row to a different output buffer
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Here’s an example of the Replacing Data Conversion Cracked Accounts code. It performs a simple data type conversion from DT_WSTR to DT_STR, and copy the data in the row to a new output row.
To get the sample data, you could run this command:
create table t (id int, dt wstr, str);
insert into t values (1, ‘aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa’, ‘a’);
insert into t values (2, ‘bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb’, ‘b’);
insert into t values (3, ‘cccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc’, ‘c’);
create table if not exists #t2 (id int, dt wstr, str);
— function to copy data from the current row in #t to the new output row in #t2
CREATE OR ALTER FUNCTION [dbo].[func_Replacement](@dtDataType VARCHAR(10), @dtStrDataType VARCHAR(10) = NULL)
WITH SCHEMABINDING AS
WITH RowValues AS (
@dtStrDataType AS [DATA TYPE],
CONVERT(VARCHAR(20), CONVERT(datetime, CONVERT(VARCHAR(10), @dtStrDataType), 101),101) AS [DATA TYPE STR] FROM
id = (SELECT MIN(id) FROM #t)
RowStrings AS (
[DATA TYPE] [STR] FROM RowValues
RowNumbers AS (
[DATA TYPE] [STR],
ROW_NUMBER() OVER (PARTITION BY [DATA TYPE] ORDER BY id) AS [ROW NUMBER],
CONVERT(varchar(20), convert(datetime,convert(varchar(10),@dtDataType),101),101) AS [DATA TYPE],
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This component replaces the data type of a given column with another data type. The most common case for this is converting a string column to a character column – a useful tool for loading data from Excel (see the Replacing Excel File Input and Output Documents topic on this site).
The output can be a different data type, in which case the input is converted to that type, or a different length, in which case a new column with the specified length is created in the output table. It can also be a length greater than the one specified in the input buffer, in which case the existing value is preserved.
The Insert Columns and Unique column name options require that the names of the new and old columns are unique within the data flow.
If Blanket Conversion is desired, instead of the Data Type conversion, all columns that meet the following criteria are processed by this component:
– The first instance of the column in the input table that matches the condition is replaced with the new value
– All subsequent instances of the column in the table are replaced with the new value.
For example, a column (DT_STR) containing the same value in two rows is processed by the component.
The new column does not have to have the same name as the existing column; it can be named something else, and the existing column can be preserved.
When Blanket Conversion is performed, the component can be set to either preserve the column names (as if the column was not converted) or automatically create a new column name for the new value.
This component can be used in place of the standard Data Conversion component, but it completely replaces the original column instead of adding a differently named column. Blanket conversions can also be performed with one click (i.e. all DT_STR to DT_WSTR).
It performs data type conversion in an asynchronously event-based flow execution model – the rows are processed as they arrive in the input buffer. As such, it will probably be less efficient than the Data Conversion component, but can be adjusted to behave as an execution model similar to the Data Conversion component.
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What’s New in the Replacing Data Conversion?
A replacement of the standard Data Conversion component. This component can be used in place of the standard Data Conversion, replacing the original column instead of adding a differently named column. Blanket conversions can also be performed with one click (i.e. all DT_STR to DT_WSTR).
As stated above, this component replaces the column in the Data Flow instead of adding a new column with a different name. In order to do so, it is coded as an asynchronous component – it copies the data from the input buffer to a new output buffer. As such, it will probably be less efficient than the Data Conversion component in SSIS. This behaviour/architecture was intentional (for my purposes), but the code could be modified to add columns instead of replacing them, making the component synchronous.
– The “simple” mode makes setting up conversions of lots of columns from one data type to another extremely quick and easy. For example, converting all DT_WSTR columns to DT_STR takes one or two clicks, instead of. a lot.
– Allows the column name to be preserved after the data type conversion.
– Supports synchronous behaviour. All input rows are processed as they arrive, but can be paused for several seconds.
– An optional output buffer that can be used to store the values of the column if desired.
– This is an asynchronous component. It performs a memory copy to create a new output row for each row that arrives on its’ input. It is not a blocking component – it is able to process input rows immediately, behaving more like a Union All component than a Sort component.
-.Net is not supported natively, so it is coded in.Net4.0 instead of C/C. This of course means that the component will not run as well as the standard Data Conversion component, but it is a good option for those using other platforms.
When and Why?:
My primary reason for coding this component was for mobile environment. It was the simplest, quickest, and most efficient method I could think of for doing a data type conversion from one system to another. I worked for a company where all of our customer’s were originally hosted on one SSIS package. After converting the Data type on the customer’s from DT_STR to DT_WSTR, we realised that we were using a lot of work in the package to handle the string conversions (It was also not possible to save the packages without.
System Requirements For Replacing Data Conversion:
OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 (64bit)
Processor: Intel Core i3-3225 @ 3.30GHz
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560/AMD Radeon HD 5850/Intel HD 4000/AMD Radeon HD 6750
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 2 GB available space
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