Two new SSIS connectivity white papers have been published on MSDN.
Connectivity Options for Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Integration Services by Martin Ellis
This paper talks about the various connectivity options that SSIS supports, as well as the new connectors for Oracle, Teradata and SAP BI that were recently released. I was also happy to see that it contains sections on how to connect to SAP R/3, Siebel eBusiness Applications, and DB2.
Using SQL Server 2008 Integration Services with SAP BI 7.0 by Chunhui Zhu
This white paper is a walkthrough on how to use the new SAP BI connectors. It covers the two core scenarios of extracting data from SAP BI into SQL Server, and how to load non-SAP data into SAP BI.
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