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On modern Windows this driver isn't available by default anymore, but you can download as Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable on the MS site. If your app is 32 bits be sure to download and install the 32 bits variant because to my knowledge the 32 and 64 bit variant cannot coexist.
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Now very simple question :Can somebody tell in bullet points what are the system requirements for making SSIS work with excel in a Win7 64 bit, Office 2013 64 bit and SSIS installed with SQL 2014 64 bit.
Essentially the SQL Import Wizard requires MDAC. Here: -us/download/confirmation.aspx?id=13255 . Note that you need the plain 32 bit one AccessDatabaseEngine.exe, The x64 one is useless because the Wizard is still 32 bit.
You may be a bit off topic for this thread. Are you using SSIS, or SSRS? Keep in mind that accessing files from a web server is strictly unsupported, and they give a warning in the ACE download page to say that it is not meant for a server side usage. Its only mean for desktop applications, and importing/exporting of data (SSIS).
I also described the way to download data from Excel, which is now outdated, so today I will try to give you a little more information on how to import data from Excel file to Microsoft SQL Server in T-SQL language.
Updated Feb 2013: This tutorial was written for 2003 and earlier versions, and the original file will not work with the newer .accdb database format. There is an updated version that works with .accdb; download the file that suits your needs. The only change required to make the code work in the newer version was to modify the Provider property for the ADOX catalog and the ADODB connection.
If you use code instead, it is possible to transfer one or many records between the two applications, and to update Access with changes made in Excel. There are two main object models for communicating with Access; DAO, which is optimised for working with the Jet database engine, and the newer and more generic ADO. They are quite different, so because ADO can also be used for transferring data to enterprise databases like SQL Server and Oracle, this tutorial will use ADO. There are a number of parts to the tutorial, all of which use the same Excel download file. They are:
Provider : It is the main oledb provider that is used to open the excel sheet. This can be Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0 for Excel 97 onwards Excel file format or Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0. So far it is tested with upto Excel 2010 version.
Extended Properties (Optional) : Extended properties can be applied to Excel workbooks which may change the overall activity of the excel workbook from your program. The most common ones are the following :
I coded the example exactly as described, enabled the xp_cmdshell, and downloaded the Excel spreadsheet. However, the SalesPersonId's were different than the Id's in the table, the table ID numbers started in the 200's ( 268, 275, 276, etc.), so I hanged them on the spreadsheet. The query runs successfully, but no rows are updated, and cannot figure out why. Do you have any suggestions? Here's the code I'm using..... Thanks for any help you can give. Don
I have used Dialog Box to take the path of the Excel file then use System.Data.OleDb.OleDbConnection to get all sheet in excel file. now i would to take all data in excel file which sheet i have choosed then put it in Matrix. how i can do that ?
If you want to compile your application for x64 you have to install Microsoft Access Database Engine 2010 Redistributable or Microsoft Access Database Engine 2016 Redistributable which comes with both x86 and x64 support. It is free and available from Microsoft download website.
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