Posts Tagged ‘SSIS’

XML Configuration files in SQL Server Integration Services

 by Robert Sheldon   Package configuration files are a great way of providing the values of SSIS package properties so that packages can be used in a far more versatile way. They make the deployment of SSIS packages easier and can provide parameters that are based on the server configuration, or which change for each runtime. They’re easy to understand, […]

SSIS Event Handlers Basics

 by Robert Sheldon   SSIS event handlers are the simplest means of turning an SSIS script into a reliable system that is auditable, reacts appropriately to error conditions, reports progress and allows instrumentation and monitoring your SSIS packages. They are easy to implement, and provide a great deal of flexibility. Rob Sheldon once again provides the easy, clear introduction. Since the […]

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