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Execute SQL Task Editor (Result Set Page)

Use the Result Set page of the Execute SQL Task Editor dialog to map the result of the SQL statement to new or existing variables. The options in this dialog box are disabled if ResultSet on the General page is set to None.

For more information about this task, see Execute SQL Task and Result Sets in the Execute SQL Task.

Result Name

After you have added a result set mapping set by clicking Add, provide a name for the result. Depending on the result set type, you must use specific result names.

If the result set type is Single row, you can use either the name of a column returned by the query or the number that represents the position of a column in the column list of a column returned by the query.

If the result set type is Full result set or XML, you must use 0 as the result set name.

Related Topics: Result Sets in the Execute SQL Task

Variable Name

Map the result set to a variable by selecting a variable or click <New variable...> to add a new variable by using the Add Variable dialog box.

Add

Click to add a result set mapping.

Remove

Select a result set mapping in the list and then click Remove.

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