<br><b>Code</b>: rsb:print<br><b>Error</b>: Formatter [ rootadoname ] failed in the evaluation of <p> SQL Server databases are commonly used to store enterprise records. It is often necessary to move this data to other locations. The [company_name] SSIS Task for [service] allows you to easily transfer [datasource]. In this article you will export data from SQL Server to [service]. </p> <h2>Add Source and Destination Components</h2> <p>To get started, add a new ADO.NET Source control and a new [service] Destination control to the data flow task.</p> <img src="../articles/ssis-sf-task-export-2008-4.png" title="The source and destination components used in this example. (Salesforce is shown.)"/> <h2>Configure the ADO.NET Source</h2> <p> Follow the steps below to specify properties required to connect to the SQL Server instance. </p> <ol> <li>Open the ADO.NET Source and add a new connection. Enter your server and database information here.</li> <li>In the Data access mode menu, select "Table or view" and select the table or view to export into [service]. <img src="../articles/ssis-sf-task-export-2008-5.png" title="The SQL Server table to export into [service]. (Salesforce is shown.)"/> </li> <li>Close the ADO NET Source wizard and connect it to the destination component.</li> </ol> <h2>Create a New Connection Manager for [service]</h2> <p> Follow the steps below to set required connection properties in the Connection Manager. </p> <ol> <li>Create a new connection manager: In the Connection Manager window, right-click and then click New Connection. The Add SSIS Connection Manager dialog is displayed. <li>Select [company_name] [rootadoname] Connection Manager in the menu. <li>Configure the connection properties. A typical connection requires: <ul>. The error was: The value of the attribute could not be accessed: The attribute does not exist.<br><b>URL</b>: /jp/kb/tech/moneyforwardexpense-ssis-task-export-2008.rst