SQL University – SSIS 2012 Deployments, Lesson Two — Part B

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:

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SQL University– SSIS 2012: Deploying Projects –Lesson One

Lesson One, where I introduce tons of prerequisite new concepts in preparation for Deploying and Executing in Lesson Two.  The main concepts and terms covered in this lesson are:

  1. Projects
  2. Project Deployment Model
  3. Legacy Deployment Model
  4. Project Reference reference type –Execute Package Task
  5. Ispac files
  6. Parameters, subdivided into the two following subtypes:
  • Project  Parameters
  • Package Parameters

It will help if you are familiar with the following concepts inside SSIS (pre 2012 versions) before attempting this course 😉

  1. Execute SQL Task
  2. Execute Package Task
  3. Connection Managers
  4. Variables
  5. Parent/Child packages

SSIS in 2012 brings a great number of significant changes.  It is the first version since its initial release with SQL Server 2005 to look significantly different.  There is a more modern look and feel to be sure.  However, the really big change to SSIS in 2012 is in the way in which it is deployed.  There is a new method of deployment called “Project Deployment”, which has as much to do with how and where a package is deployed as it does with how a package is bundled during development.  Let me go back in time a bit and explain. Continue reading SQL University– SSIS 2012: Deploying Projects –Lesson One