SSIS Excel File Destination Connector

SSIS Excel File Destination Connector

SSIS Excel File Destination Connector (Advanced Excel Destination) can be used to write data to Excel file from any source (e.g. SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL). When you use this component you don’t need any additional Microsoft Office Driver to write to excel.

Features

  • Support for writing to Excel Workbook from any source such as SQL Server, Oracle, JSON
  • Support for Office 2007 Excel files (*.XLSX)
  • Support for Append mode and preserve target cell formatting
  • Support for writing from specified cell location
  • Support for 64-bit mode without any additional driver unlike native SSIS Excel Connector
  • Support for Password protected workbooks
  • Support for SQL Server 2019, 2017, 2016, 2014, 2012 (32/64 bit) and now Azure Data Factory
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SSIS Excel Connection – Read/Write Office 2003/2007 Excel Formats

SSIS Excel Connection - Read/Write Office 2003/2007 Excel Formats

SSIS Excel Connection – Read/Write Office 2003/2007 Excel Formats

SSIS Excel File Destination – Component Properties

SSIS Excel File Destination - Component Properties

SSIS Excel File Destination – Component Properties

Run the package and the data will be exported from source to destination immediately

Run the package and the data will be exported from source to destination immediately

Run the package and the data will be exported from source to destination immediately

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SSIS PowerPack v2.9.5 released (Maintenance Release)

SSIS PowerPack v2.9.5 released (Maintenance Release)

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Create Excel File in SSIS (Read from JSON / XML)

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