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March, 2007

  • SSIS Team Blog

    SP2, Vista and Script tasks

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    If you're running Vista and have SP2 installed, you might require a special hotfix to get packages containing a script task to work correctly . This is due to a recent fix in the .NET CLR which affects the use of VSA on Vista.
  • SSIS Team Blog

    SQL Server on Codeplex

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    SQL Server now has its own section on codeplex (Microsoft's open source project hosting site). This site includes all of the samples that come with SP2, in a single-serve format. Each product has a section, so you can grab samples for individual products...
  • SSIS Team Blog

    Great blog post on running packages programmatically

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    Be sure to check out Michael Entin's recent blog post about the various options available for running your packages programmatically.
  • SSIS Team Blog

    Guided tours

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    A number of "guided tour" videos have been put up on the Microsoft.com website . Experienced users might not get much out of then, but they are great to give new users an overview of SSIS features and functionality.
  • SSIS Team Blog

    BI Recruiting blog

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    Denise Draper, the Product Unit Manager (PUM) for SSIS, has started a BI Recruiting blog for the Integration Services, Reporting Services, and Analysis Services teams. From the description: Expect to see articles highlighting teams, roles, projects...
  • SSIS Team Blog

    SSIS and Daylight Saving Time changes

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    In case you're one of the many people stuck working on last minute DST changes, you'll be happy to know that there's no special patch needed for SSIS - everything will be taken care of by the OS patches. The only component of SQL Server affected is Notification...
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