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  • SSIS Team Blog

    All About Server Environments

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    Today’s post is from Renhe Li – a developer on the SSIS team based in Shanghai. ----------------- Server Environments are a new concept introduced in SQL Server Denali for the Integration Services Catalog. It is a container for “server variables”. Each...
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    Using DTEXEC with Packages on the IS Server

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    Today’s post is by Terri Chen – a developer on the SQL Server Integration Services team. -------------- In Denali, the project is a unit of packages that are deployed to the server. DTExec has been enhanced to support executing packages stored in the...
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    Parameterized Connection Managers

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    Today’s post is from Bob Bojanic – a developer on the SSIS Team. --------------------------- There is often a need to update connection manager properties for subsequent package runs. Whether you need to point to a different server or change credentials...
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    Jumping-start SSIS Catalog procedures from SSMS Dialogs

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    Today’s post is from Ke Yang – a developer on the SSIS team based in Shanghai. ----------------------------------- At times, we need T-SQL scripts to do batch jobs or to communicate with others. Since IS Catalog provides rich functionalities with over...
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    Managing SSIS Projects through SSMS

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    Before you can deploy your Projects to the SSIS Server , you’ll need to create a new SSIS Catalog through SSMS. Connect to your SQL Server instance (local or remote), right click on the Integration Services node, and select Create Catalog. This will launch...
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    Offline Connection Managers

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    Today’s post is from Carla Sabotta, lead writer for the SQL Server Integration Services team. ------------------------------------------------------------------- The SSIS Designer in BIDS tries to connect to each data source that is used by your package...
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    Project Connection Managers

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    Today’s post is by Sergio Clemente Filho – a developer on the SQL Server Integration Services team. --------------------------------------   Simple Project Connection example in BIDS One of the first new things you will notice in the solution explorer...
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    Changes to the Execute Package Task

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    Todays post is from Terri Chen, a developer on the SQL Server Integration Services team. -------------------------- SSIS has introduced new concepts in SQL Server “Denali”, such as the project deployment mode, projects and parameters . We have extended...
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    Flat File Source Changes in Denali

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    Nearly everyone uses the flat file source adapter, and nearly everyone that uses it runs into a common set of challenges. In Denali, we’ve made a couple of key enhancements to the Flat File Source to support the most commonly asked-for options: Delimited...
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    Configuring Projects and Packages Using Parameters

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    Today’s post is from Rakesh Parida, an SDET on the SQL Server Integration Services team. ------------------------------------------------ With SQL Server ‘Denali’, we introduce the new paradigm of parameters. Parameters are objects within the SSIS packages...
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    Deploying to the SSIS Catalog

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    Today’s post is from Ranjeeta Nanda. Ranjeeta is an SDET (Software Development Engineer in Test) on SQL Server Integration Services team. She has been with the team since May 2004. Before joining Microsoft, she worked at Merkle Direct Marketing, Maryland...
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    Overview of the DQS Cleansing Transform

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    Data Quality Services is a new SQL Server product in Denali which provides data cleansing capabilities. This post describes how to make use of the DQS Cleansing Transformation which is part of the default set of SSIS data flow components. The DQS Cleansing...
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    Migrating Your Projects to Denali

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    Today’s post is from Carla Sabotta, lead writer for the SQL Server Integration Services team. It covers the new Integration Services Migration Wizard, which has been renamed to the “Project Conversion Wizard” in recent builds. Enjoy...
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    SSIS - What’s New in SQL Server Denali

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    What’s new in SSIS? In a word: Lots . It’s been a lot of fun showing off the new SSIS features and functionality – the hardest part has been fitting it all into a 60 minute timeslot. This CTP is close to feature complete – the...
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    30 Days of SSIS

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    To celebrate the release of the new SQL Server Denali CTP , the SSIS team will be doing a series of Denali focused blog posts. Over the next 30 days, the SSIS team will be posting one (or more) blog entries each day which cover some of the new SSIS features...
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    The Right Tool for the Job

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    Most of this content comes from my Performance Design Patterns series. If you’re interested in learning more about SSIS Design Patterns, I’ll be doing full day pre-conference training sessions at the PASS Summit and SQLBits . ---------- Whenever I’m presenting...
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    SSIS Training in the UK – SQLBits 9

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    I’m really excited to be presenting at SQLBits 9 in September! The conference will be full of great SSIS content, and I wanted to call out the training opportunity available at the pre conference (on September 29th). There will be two full day training...
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    PASS Summit 2011

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    I’m really looking forward to attending the PASS Summit again this year! Last year we presented the SSIS changes in the first public Denali CTP . It was great to finally be able to show off some of the major features the SSIS team had been working on...
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    Reading from Active Directory using SSIS

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    Fellow MSDN blogger Alex Tcherniakhovski has posted a presentation about retrieving Active Directory data using SSIS. His packages make use of a custom Active Directory Domain Source component which he built and published on his blog. The presentation...
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    Using Knowledge to Cleanse Data with Data Quality Services

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    Elad Ziklik presented a great Data Quality Services session at TechEd last week, and it is now available online . The session covers the new DQS product that will appear in the next Denali CTP. He describes how to create a knowledge base and build up...
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    What’s New in “Denali” for SSIS – TechEd 2011

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    I presented a “What’s New in Microsoft SQL Server Code-Named Denali for SQL Server Integration Services” talk at TechEd last week, which is now available online . It will show you a sneak peak of what we’ll be delivering in the next CTP of Denali . The...
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    SQLTeach Conference

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    I recently moved back to Montreal (my home city), and was excited to find out about the SQLTeach conference happening at the end of May. From the site: SQLTeach is back in Montreal… The last time we held the SQLTeach event in Montreal it was in 2008....
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    Changing the Data Viewer font size

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    Did you know you could change the font size in a data viewer grid? If you’re like me and frequently demo SSIS on a big screen (or if you’re just tired of a 8 point font size), this is extremely handy. You can find the setting as a Visual Studio option...
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    Presenting at the Ottawa Code Camp – April 16th

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    I’ve been invited to present about SSIS at the Ottawa IT Camp on April 16th, 2011. I’ll be presenting a 250 level version of my SSIS Design Patterns talk. I’m also looking forward to meeting Christian Cote and Jean-Rene Roy, who will also be presenting...
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    Pattern: Replacing NULL values with a Derived Column

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    This pattern has been out there for so long I had contemplated taking it out of my Performance Design Patterns talk, but it looks like it still managed to help some people at SQL Saturday #71 last weekend. This pattern is straight forward, and especially...
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