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SSIS Execute SQL Task Editor
Authored by: Julian Kuiters on Friday, May 12 2006 @ 08:08 AM AEST

You'll want use a sql statement like:

exec dbo.dbm_DropAllTableConstraints ?, ?

then in the Parameter Mappings for the Execute SQL Task you will need to add your two parameters. Use the drop downs to select the Variable Name that holds your parameter values. Set the parameter name to 0 (zero) for your first parameter, 1 (one) for the second.

You wont need an expression then to use a parameterised SQL Statement with the Execute SQL Task.

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