SSIS Components for Microsoft Access

Build 23.0.8839

Establishing a Connection

Enabling SSIS in Visual Studio 2022

If you're using Visual Studio 2022, you will need to install the SQL Server Integration Services Projects extension to use SSIS.

  1. Navigate to Extensions > Manage Extensions.
  2. In the Manage Extensions window's search box, search for "SQL Server Integration Services Projects 2022" and select the extension in the list.
  3. Click Download.
  4. Close Visual Studio and run the downloaded Microsoft.DataTools.IntegrationServices.exe installer. Proceed through the installer with default settings.
  5. Open Visual Studio. There should now be an "Integration Services Project" project template available.

Adding the Microsoft Access Connection Manager

Create a new connection manager as follows:

  1. Create a Visual Studio project with the "Integration Services Project" template.
  2. In the project, right-click within the Connection Managers window and select New Connection from the menu.
  3. In the Description column, select CData Microsoft Access Connection Manager and click Add...
  4. Configure the component as described in the next section.

Alternatively, if you have an existing project and CData Microsoft Access Source or CData Microsoft Access Destination:

  1. Right-click your CData Microsoft Access source or destination component in your data flow
  2. Select Edit... to open an editor window.
  3. Click the New... button next to the Connection manager: dropdown selector to create a connection manager.
  4. Configure the component as described in the next section.

Connecting to Microsoft Access

To connect to Microsoft Access, set DataSource to the full path (including filename) of a Microsoft Access database file. For example, C:\Users\Public\Documents\MyDatabase.accdb.

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