Author Archives: jwelch

Biml Functionality in BIDS Helper

If you follow along with the BIDS Helper project on CodePlex, you may have noticed that we released a new beta version on April 20th. The new build includes some bug fixes, and two new features. Duplicate Role (SSAS) The … Continue reading

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Creating a Basic Package Using Biml

Create an SSIS package using Biml in BIDS Helper Continue reading

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Presenting at Carolina Code Camp 2011

Presenting SSIS topics at the Carolina Code Camp this weekend Continue reading

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Tuning SSAS Processing Performance

Guide to tuning SSAS processing performance Continue reading

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The Mentoring Experiment Applications

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Presenting at SQLSaturday #67–Chicago This Weekend

Presenting at SQLSaturday #67 Continue reading

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Handling Advanced Data Warehouse Scenarios in SSIS

Handle advanced data warehouse scenarios in SSIS Continue reading

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Presenting at SQLSaturday #70

Presenting SSIS topics at SQLSaturday #70 Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #15: Automating XML Updates w/ PowerShell

This month’s T-SQL Tuesday is being hosted by Pat Wright (blog | twitter). He selected the topic of automation with T-SQL or PowerShell. As it happened, I’d just had a scenario come up that seemed appropriate for a little PowerShell, … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday: Fix the Glitch or Resolve the Problem

One of the interesting things about T-SQL Tuesday is that it’s a 24-hour event. So, being on the east coast of the US, I get the chance to read some of the blog posts for the event on Monday night, … Continue reading

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