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  • Blog Post: Will converting my script to a custom component make it faster?

    Recently this question came up on an internal SSIS mailing list: We have to process hundreds of thousands of rows through a fairly complex script component. Would converting it to a custom SSIS component give us any performance gain? I’ve seen this question come up a couple of times, and I thought it...
  • Blog Post: How to create an installer for your custom extension

    The simplest way to create an installer for your custom SSIS extension is by using a Setup Project in Visual Studio. Here are the steps we take when we’re creating installers for our Codeplex projects . 1. In Visual Studio, create a new Setup Project – File -> New Project… 2. Under Other Project Types...
  • Blog Post: Performance profiling your custom extensions

    The Team Development Edition and Team Suite versions of Visual Studio 2008 comes with a performance profiling feature that can used to find bottlenecks in your custom extensions (tasks, data flow components, etc) for SSIS. Although having your extension assemblies in the GAC make profiling a little more...
  • Blog Post: Creating a custom task with a default UI

    The Developing a User Interface for a Custom Task entry in Books Online describes how to build your UI from scratch, but there is an easier way to create a UI that has the same look and feel as the stock tasks that ship with SSIS. The Microsoft.DataTransformationServices.Controls assembly exposes a base...
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