First of all you need to read my previous article called “How to send SSIS logs (errors) through email” as the processes are pretty the same. However, you need to create some changes in the Execute SQL Task (ref.: section “J” number 5 and 12 of “How to send SSIS logs (errors) through email”). As an Execute SQL Task is used to collect the logs stored in SQL Server you need to be familiar with parameter mapping in Execute SQL task and know how it works. Assume that we need to just send the “Error” logs that are happened between “Event Handler Start Time” and the current time for the current package execution. As you can imagine it is slightly different from what we did in the previous article to email the SSIS logs to the system administrators. As there was just one system variable that we mapped in parameter mapping section in the Execute SQL Task. But, here we need to have one more system variable mapped to a parameter. Please note that we are using OLEDB connection to connect to the SSIS log database that we created before to store SSIS logs. So there are some important points with OLEDB Connection and Execute SQL Task parameter mapping and its SQL statement.