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BOOK: Professional SQL Server 2005 Integration Services ISBN: 0-7645-8435-9
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On bottom of page 52 of the book, the author cites an example of an ETL process using file system task to move files. I would like to replicate the exact same process.

The part I am having difficultly is to have the package continuously check for trigger file from the external system. I am trying to use a forloop container to accomplish this, but I don't think I am setting it up correctly.

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Look a little further into the book. Pages 75-80 give a more detailed example of how to set up the "For Loop" as a container. Hope this helps.

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Hi Gandi,
Have u found solution to your problem? I am having a same issue and got stuck. Please help if you have found the solution.

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