By Julie Smith
Happy 2014! Happy to report that Audrey and I were both renewed as SQL Server MVPs today! To celebrate I’m publishing a really long blog post.
This is a MONSTER long post. The main point of this post was to give you guys some T-SQL code which can be used against the information schema view of a SQL Server table destination to spit out a complex SSIS Expression. While that was the point of the post, I felt like I also needed to provide context of what I was trying to do or what you might be doing when the need for such SQL would arise.
also, I had Audrey read it over and she scolded me for a sad lack of chuckles. So I’m adding in some random Chuckle-y interludes. Enjoy them. Or skip them completely. Chuckle interludes are indicated by the face of Chuck Norris for easy recognition.
One of the most common scenarios encountered while ETL’in is an Incremental Load –that is determining if a source row already exists in the target database (often your warehouse), and if it does, has it changed since the last time it was loaded? The pseudo code goes like this: Continue reading
Welcome back. Today we’ll finish up this whole series by Executing packages with the SSIS Catalog in SSIS 2012
This is the conclusion of my series on Deploying and Executing Projects and Packages in SSIS 2012. If you are just joining us, you may want to read Lesson One and Lesson Two, Part A.
We’ve deployed the project to a folder in SSIS Catalog, now let’s create Environments and Environment Variables inside the SSIS Catalog: