How to export multiple SQL Server Tables into JSON files


This article provides step-by-step guidance on exporting more than one table into a JSON file using our SSIS Export JSON File Task.


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  1. Add the SSIS Export JSON File Task: Drag and drop the SSIS Export JSON File Task onto your SSIS package.

  2. Create a New Connection: Open the task and create a new connection. This can be an OLEDB, ADO.NET, or ODBC connection.

  3. Write the SQL Query: Use an SQL query to call both tables and use an INNER JOIN with a conditional. For more details on SQL JOINs, refer to this link.

    Example SQL:

    SELECT, b.price, e.hiredate, e.age
    FROM [Employee table] e 
    INNER JOIN dbo.Books b
    ON =;
  4. Configure the Target: Go to the Target tab, select a target file, and run the package. The result will be in the JSON file.
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  5. Use Custom Layout: A Custom Layout is another option. You will get a new tab with that name.

  6. Create Datasets: You can create different datasets for each table.

  7. Use SQL Query: Alternatively, you can use an SQL query like in the previous example.
    SQL Query

  8. Configure JSON Elements and Attributes: Create your JSON file with elements and attributes. For more details, refer to this example link.

  9. Run the Package: Execute the package to generate your new JSON file.
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Video Tutorial

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This article provides a comprehensive guide, complete with screenshots for each step, on configuring the SSIS Export JSON File Task with multiple tables from an SQL server. For any issues or further assistance, feel free to contact our support team via chat on our website