In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to extract an HTML table and save it in an Excel file using SSIS PowerPack components. For more information about the HTML Table Source component, you can visit our article here, and for the Excel Destination component, you can check here.
- Drag and Drop Data Flow Task:
- Begin by dragging and dropping a Data Flow task onto your SSIS control flow.
- Add HTML Table Source:
- Inside the Data Flow task, add an HTML Table Source component.
- Configure the HTML Table Source by providing a URL with a table. In this example, we’ll use example 1 from our components, and table 9.
- Preview the data to verify the information.
- Add Excel Destination:
- Add an Excel Destination component and connect it with the HTML Table Source.
- Before configuring the Excel Destination, create an Excel Connection and choose a valid Excel file.
- Configure Excel Destination:
In the Excel Destination component, select the Excel connection you created in the Connection Managers tab.
In the Component Properties tab, choose the Sheet and set options for your Excel file.
In the Input Columns tab, select the columns you want to save in your Excel sheet. You can check the column or the input column to add a new column.
- Run the Package:
- Run the package, and it will extract the HTML table and save it in a local Excel file.
Now, you have successfully retrieved an HTML table and stored it in an Excel file using SSIS PowerPack components. If you encounter any issues or need further assistance, feel free to contact our support team via chat on our website or through email at email@example.com.