This is the third post in a series focused on Data Flow development.
- Part 1: Creating and Deploying a custom Data Flow Item Class Library
- Part 2 : Executing Data Flow Item Tasks with parameters
- Part 3 : This one
- Part 4 : Debugging custom Data Flow Item Class Libaries
In this post, we’ll continue using your Data Flow from Part 2, but instead of executing it from the designer and hard coding the message we’re writing to the database, we’ll create a Workbook with a text input field for entering the message.