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Default SSIS - Flat file to OLEDB Destination


I have the flat file with the data

which i need to import the data into the column with the datatype - datetime into sql 2005 table. I tried all possiblility in changing the datatype which matches the destination. In the OLEDB Destination the datatype for the column is "database timestamp [DT_DBTIMESTAMP]". I tried the same by changing the DT_STR to DT_DBTIMESTAMP in the Flat file source through Show Advanced Editor page, nothing working as expectation.

Your suggestion is highly appreciated.


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