In this post we will discuss how to resolve the issue which comes while working with SSIS and SharePoint Online. The error looks like below:
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Once you install the OData Source, you open up SQL Server Data Tools, open an SSIS project, and add or edit a data flow task. In the SSIS Toolbox, You should see the OData Source.
Drag the tool on to the design surface, and double click to configure it. You’ll first need to configure an OData Connection Manager, and you’ll do that by clicking the new button.
Give the connection a name. The connection will be common to all lists and libraries within a site, so something based on the name of the site is likely appropriate.
If you are using Office 365, and you click Test Connection at this point, you’ll receive an error “Test connection failed –> the remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request.”
This is due to Office 365’s “unique” authentication mechanism. In order to authenticate to Office 365, you must first select the “All” button in the toolbar, and set the value of “Microsoft Online Services Authentication” to true.
Once you have change option for Microsoft online services Authentication False to True.
Then try to connect again, Click on test connection and see the result.
Hope this will be helpful.