The SQL Server Import and Export Wizard is useful for copying data from one data source (e.g. Although the interface is fairly simple there are a few “gotchas” to be aware of.
Fortunately there is an easy solution in that you can select an option in the wizard to allow specific values to be inserted into the identity column, much like you can with a SQL query.
To do this select the relevant tables in the ‘Select Source Tables and Views’ page by clicking the checkbox in the header for all tables, or you can just select which tables you want copying.
(SQL Server Import and Export Wizard) • Error 0xc004700c: Data Flow Task 1: One or more component failed validation.
(SQL Server Import and Export Wizard) The issue here is that the ‘System Information ID’ column in this table is defined as an identity column, although that’s not immediately obvious from the error message.
For more on all this, see these additional resources: Newtonsoft. Unfortunately, these libraries often take the blame for failures that occur when handling corrupted or invalid objects, even when they are not at fault. Parse Value() 0xd51e4 000000F0BAEECEA0 00007FF82E3B39A0 Newtonsoft_Json_ni!
The call stack below shows one example of this failure, where an invalid sequence of characters was read while deserializing an object.
27, 0x0000001B, The drive cannot find the sector requested. 29, 0x0000001D, The system cannot write to the specified device.
30, 0x0000001E, The system cannot read from the specified device.
Windows Media Player cannot copy the files to the CD because they are 8-bit.