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SSIS has three modes of operation - Read Only, Read Write and Read Write with File System, and they all have their own staments, when you want to insert data from Excel to a SQL Server 2008In the Read Only mode, data insertion is allowed only, when you just allow it to connect to the database. In Read Only- "Repository" mode In Read Write mode If the files are shared in the file-system, then you have to allow the user for insert operations in this mode. In Read Write with File-System mode, windows have to allow user privileges to navigate and access the shared files in the directory.Keep in mind that it is not for bulk data delivery, You need to have some knowledge about this The process is better to use for joining two tables based on a column, if you have any use for it. The Excel Cell Values are not updated in the database The operation fails, if you do not connect to the database from a client machine.Make sure that the windows firewall allows the access to the server machine for the Excel application. The machine of the client in turn, needs to be allowed by the windows firewall Hope it makes it clear "Inserting the Excel files from files in the C drive
Read Only – Repository Read Only-Repository mode works when you allow access to the table in your database to the Excel application. This mode only allows you to insert the data from Excel to the database. d2c66b5586