SQL To Excel Data Dumping with the help of SSIS flow task.

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Excel 2003
Excel Metadata
SQL Server database
SQL to Excel Database Conversion
SSIS Package
I am trying to do a Sql To Excel Data Dumping with the help of ssis flow task.I create a sql connection and give the query in the sql source.I aslo have a excel template to map in excel destination ready which has around 400 columns/fields.In bettween i use a dataconvrsion for unicode/non unicode issue.Now when i run this package i get errors like."excel metadata in nvalid","error creating oledb accessor".....is it due to any limitations dat we cannot populate more that 255 cols/fields in excel(i am using 2003 excel). Please help me with a suggestion
ASKED: July 18, 2010  3:37 PM
UPDATED: July 19, 2010  1:39 PM

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I would think that it is, as older versions of Excel can’t handle that much data. You’ll need to use a CSV file or a newer version of Excel.

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