Execute SQL script for every input-row to this step. An input field can be used to specify the SQL to execute or it can specify a file that contains the SQL to execute.
This step is similar to the Execute SQL script step.
Name of the step; This name has to be unique in a single transformation
Select a database connection to use
Number of rows to send before doing a database commit
SQL field name
The field that either contains the SQL to execute or optionally specifies the path to a file that contains SQL to execute
Read SQL from file
If checked, then the SQL field name option specifies a file that contains SQL to execute, otherwise the SQL field name option specifies the actual SQL to execute. (Available since 5.0)
Field to contain insert stats
Optional: If you want to get an additional field in our stream with the number or records that where inserted, please define the field name here.
Field to contain update stats
Same as insert stats, but for updated rows.
Field to contain delete stats
Same as insert stats, but for deleted rows.
Field to contain read stats
Same as insert stats, but for read rows.
IMPORTANT : Because of the scripting/dynamic nature of the step, it does not use prepared statements and thus is not intended to work fast or optimal. For good performance turn to dedicated steps like Table Output (insert into), Table Input (Select), Update, Delete, etc.