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BIDS Helper 1.5 Is Available!

BIDS Helper 1.5 Released Continue reading

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Copy Data Dynamically with BimlScript

This post is part 3 of a series on using Biml in BIDS Helper. This post builds on some of the information and the sample from the previous posts. BimlScript enables some interesting scenarios for generating large numbers of SSIS … Continue reading

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Creating Tables using Biml and BimlScript

Create tables using Biml and BimlScript Continue reading

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How to Extract SAP Data in SSIS

This tutorial will step you through installing the Microsoft SAP ADO.Net connector and extracting data from SAP, all via SSIS. But first, some background information. Overview This week brought me the unique challenge of extracting data from SAP within SSIS. … 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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XML as Source in SSIS — Part 2

Now that our data is cleansed, onto loading the data into our table! The cleanest, most sane approach that I have found to parsing through XML within a SSIS script task is by utilizing Linq to XML. More information can … Continue reading

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XML as Source in SSIS

XML is becoming increasingly popular in the workplace. Many systems are using it as a way to transmit data efficiently across the network. While XML certainly has its place, consuming it and deconstructing it can be a real headache. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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Delete Multiple Connection Managers SSIS

Have you ever wanted to save yourself some time by copying a package, renaming it, and then modifying its contents to suit your needs? What if the package that you are copying from has 60 connection managers, and your new … Continue reading

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Adding Custom Components to SSIS

Below are the basic steps for adding custom components to SSIS; however, for more in-depth information I highly recommend reading Matthew Roche’s post about deploying and testing custom SSIS components.  1. Register the custom assembly in the Global Assembly Cache … Continue reading

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Importing Files Using SSIS

A topic that has come up a few times recently is the idea of loading a set of files into a database using SSIS. One of the data flow components in SSIS is the Import Column transform, which allows you … Continue reading

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