Target type is MS SQL Server

Ensure that any constraints on the destination table are checked during the bulk copy operation. By default, constraints are ignored.

Specify that there are values in the data file for an identity column.

Specify that any columns containing a null value should be retained as null values, even if a default value was specified for that column in the destination table.

Specify the number of rows in a batch. The default is the entire data file. The following values for the Batch size property have these effects:

If you set Batch size to zero, the data is loaded in a single batch. The first row that fails will cause the entire load to be cancelled, and the step fails.

If you set Batch size to one, the data has loaded a row at a time. Each row that fails is counted as one-row failure. Previously loaded rows are committed.

If you set Batch size to a value greater than one, the data is loaded one batch at a time. Any row that fails in a batch fails that entire batch; loading stops and the step fails. Rows in previously loaded batches are either committed or if the step has joined the package transaction, provisionally retained in the transaction, subject to later commitment or rollback.

Always Use set sql nocount on inside Microsoft SQL Server Stored Procedures, Triggers and Scripts 
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To connect using different port use "server name,port" format

ODBC Drivers

Our software automatically selects the highest installed driver in the following order

  • ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server
  • ODBC Driver 13 for SQL Server
  • ODBC Driver 11 for SQL Server
  • SQL Server Native Client 11.0
  • SQL Server Native Client 10.0
  • SQL Native Client
  • SQL Server

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