In this article, We are going to show you, How to use the Exclusion Tab while extracting the Noun Phrases using SSIS Term Extraction Transformation.
Before reading this SSIS Exclusion Tab article, Please refer to Term Extraction article for the definition and the functionality of this Transformation and Extract Noun Phrases Using Term Extraction Transformation article to understand How to Extract Noun Phrases from the Source Data in SSIS.
Below screenshot shows our source data
Let us see the Exclusion List as well
In this example, we are going to display all the Noun Phrases present in the source data except the above mention names.
Configure Exclusion Tab in SSIS Term Extraction Transformation
STEP 1: Open BIDS and Drag and drop the data flow task from the toolbox to control flow and rename it as Exclusion Tab in SSIS Term Extraction Transformation.
STEP 2: Drag and drop OLE DB Source, Term Extraction Transformation, and OLE DB Destination from the toolbox to data flow region
STEP 3: Double click on OLE DB source in the data flow region will open the connection manager settings and provides space to write our SQL statement.
Here we selected the below Database as our source database, and SQL Command we used is:
SELECT [Player Information] FROM [Term Extraction Transformation Source]
STEP 4: Click on the columns tab to verify the columns.
Drag the OLE DB source output arrow on to the Term Extraction Transformation to perform a transformation on the source Data.
STEP 5: Double click on the Term Extraction Transformation to configure it. Within the Term Extraction tab, pick the column you want to use for the Term Extraction from the available input columns. We left the output column names to default Term and Score.
Exclusion Tab: Here, we want to exclude the country names (We shown in the earlier) from the Noun Phrases. For this reason, Let us configure OLE DB Connection Manager and exclusion terms.
From the above screenshot, we selected the [Exclusion List in Term Extraction] table from the Database. We picked CountryName from this table because it holds the exclusion terms such as country names.
STEP 6: In this example, we are extracting Noun Phrases only. So, we selected Noun Phrases as term type and selecting the Frequency Threshold as 1. Please refer Extract Nouns Using Term Extraction Transformation article to understand, How to Extract Nouns from the Source Data.
From the below screenshot, you can see, there is a warning symbol on the Term Extraction Transformation. You can remove the warning symbol by configuring the error output of Term Extraction Transformation. So double-click on the Configure Error Output button will open a new window to set the error output.
The default configuration of a Term Extraction Transformation is to redirect error rows. You can get rid of this warning by connecting the error output, or by changing the default behavior to Ignore Failure or Fail Component. Let’s change to Ignore Failure
Click ok to finish configuring the Term Extraction Transformation.
STEP 7: Now, provide the Server, database, and table details of the destination using the OLE DB Destination.
Here we selected the destination data source (localhost as server instance) and [Term Extraction Transformation Exclusion Tab] table as our destination table
STEP 8: Click on the Mappings tab to verify whether the source columns exactly mapped to the destination columns.
Click ok to finish designing our Exclusion Tab in the SSIS Term Extraction Transformation package. Let us run the package
If you don’t include the Exclusion list, the output will be same as below:
Let’s open the SQL Server Management Studio and check the results after adding the Exclusion List in the SSIS Term Extraction Transformation