Load Data by Using the OLE DB Destination
Applies To: SQL Server 2016
To add and configure an OLE DB destination, the package must already include at least one Data Flow task and a source.
In SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT), open the Integration Services project that contains the package you want.
In Solution Explorer, double-click the package to open it.
Click the Data Flow tab, and then, from the Toolbox, drag the OLE DB destination to the design surface.
Connect the OLE DB destination to the data flow by dragging a connector from a data source or a previous transformation to the destination.
Double-click the OLE DB destination.
In the OLE DB Destination Editor dialog box, on the Connection Manager page, select an existing OLE DB connection manager or click New to create a new connection manager. For more information, see OLE DB Connection Manager.
Select the data access method:
Table or view Select a table or view in the database that contains the data.
Table or view - fast load Select a table or view in the database that contains the data, and then set the fast-load options: Keep identity, Keep null, Table lock, Check constraint, Rows per batch, or Maximum insert commit size.
Table name or view name variable Select the user-defined variable that contains the name of a table or view in the database.
Table name or view name variable fast load Select the user-defined variable that contains the name of a table or view in the database that contains the data, and then set the fast-load options.
SQL command Type an SQL command or click Build Query to write an SQL command by using the Query Builder.
Click Mappings and then map columns from the Available Input Columns list to columns in the Available Destination Columns list by dragging columns from one list to another.
The OLE DB destination automatically maps same-named columns.
To configure the error output, click Error Output. For more information, see Configure an Error Output in a Data Flow Component.
To save the updated package, click Save Selected Items on the File menu.