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XML Data Type Methods and SSIS Package Variables

This is a follow-up to a posting from several months ago (Using XML Data Type Methods to query SSIS Packages). I included a temp table (based on information I found in the Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.VarTypeConvert class's constructor) which gives the conversion of the numeric data type value to the appropriate TypeCode (System.TypeCode). Thank goodness for Lutz Roeder's Reflector. This code iterates through all the executables in the package and for all variables returns the following properties: Executable Scope, Name, Namespace, Value, DataType (and data type description), EvaluateAsExpression, Expression, ReadOnly, RaiseChangedEvent, DTSID, Description, and CreationName. I am waiting on some confirmation about the property data types themselves (string lengths in particular) and will follow up as soon as I know more. In the meantime, here is the code. Be sure to change the package path to the location of your package file before running...

DECLARE @x xml

CREATE TABLE #t (PackageName varchar(100), PackageCode xml)

SET @X = (SELECT * FROM OPENROWSET
   (BULK N'C:\Projects\MyPackage.dtsx',

   SINGLE_BLOB) AS Document)

INSERT INTO #t VALUES ('MyPackage.dtsx', @x)

CREATE TABLE #VarTypeCode (TypeID int, TypeName varchar(20))

INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(0, 'Empty')
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(1, 'DBNull'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(2, 'Int16'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(3, 'Int32'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(4, 'Single'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(5, 'Double'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(6, 'Decimal'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(7, 'DateTime'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(8, 'String'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(9, 'Object'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(10, 'Object'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(11, 'Boolean'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(12, 'Object'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(13, 'Object'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(14, 'Decimal'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(16, 'SByte'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(17, 'Byte'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(18, 'UInt16'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(19, 'UInt32'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(20, 'Int64'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(21, 'UInt64'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(22, 'Int16'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(23, 'UInt16'
)
INSERT INTO #VarTypeCode VALUES(24, 'Empty'
)

;WITH XMLNAMESPACES ('www.microsoft.com/SqlServer/Dts' as p1,
   
'www.microsoft.com/SqlServer/Dts' as DTS
)
,
Executables
AS
(   SELECT CAST('' as varchar(100)) AS ParentNodeName
,
     
P.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="ObjectName"][1]', 'varchar(100)') AS NodeName
,
     
P.Vars.query('.') AS CurrentNode
,
     
P.Vars.query('./p1:Executable') AS ChildNodes
,
     
1 AS
Level
   FROM
#t
      CROSS APPLY #t.PackageCode.nodes('/DTS:Executable') AS P(Vars)

   UNION ALL

   SELECT Executables.NodeName AS ParentNodeName,
     
P.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="ObjectName"][1]', 'varchar(100)') AS NodeName
,
     
P.Vars.query('.') AS CurrentNode
,
     
P.Vars.query('./p1:Executable') AS ChildNodes
,
     
Executables.Level +
1
   FROM
Executables
      CROSS APPLY Executables.ChildNodes.nodes('/DTS:Executable') AS P(Vars
)
)
,
Variables AS
(  
SELECT Executables.NodeName, Executables.Level
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="ObjectName"][1]', 'varchar(255)') AS [Name]
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="Namespace"][1]', 'varchar(255)') AS Namespace
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:VariableValue[1]', 'varchar(1024)') AS [Value]
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:VariableValue[1]/@p1:DataType', 'int') AS DataType
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="Expression"][1]', 'varchar(1024)') AS Expression
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="EvaluateAsExpression"][1]', 'bit') AS EvaluateAsExpression
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="ReadOnly"][1]', 'bit') AS ReadOnly
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="RaiseChangedEvent"][1]', 'bit') AS RaiseChangedEvent
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="DTSID"][1]', 'uniqueidentifier') AS DTSID
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="Description"][1]', 'varchar(255)') AS Description
,
     
V.Vars.value('./p1:Property[@p1:Name="CreationName"][1]', 'varchar(255)') AS CreationName
  
FROM Executables
      CROSS APPLY Executables.CurrentNode.nodes('/p1:Executable/p1:Variable') AS V(Vars
)
)
SELECT V.NodeName AS ExecutableName, V.Level, V.[Name],
   V.Namespace, V.[Value], V.DataType, TCC.TypeName
,
   
V.Expression, V.EvaluateAsExpression, V.ReadOnly,
   V.RaiseChangedEvent,
V.DTSID, V.Description, V.CreationName
FROM
Variables AS V
  
INNER JOIN #VarTypeCode AS TCC ON V.DataType = TCC.TypeID
ORDER BY Level, NodeName, [Name]

DROP TABLE #t

DROP TABLE #VarTypeCode

--Peter

Published Monday, December 18, 2006 2:31 PM by Peter W. DeBetta
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About Peter W. DeBetta

Peter DeBetta works as a Data and Cloud Solution Manager at DB Best, a Microsoft gold partner company. Peter has written courseware, articles, and books on topics such as development and SQL Server. Peter has spoken at conferences around the world, including TechEd, SQL PASS Community Summit, DevTeach, SQL Connections, DevWeek, and VSLive!

When Peter isn’t working, you can find him singing and playing guitar, taking pictures, working on DIY projects, woodworking, or simply enjoying life with his kids.
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