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I am thoroughly shocked someone would even think about plagerising at that level. It's almost comical. I've never seen such blatant plagerism, and in a submission to a professional publication at that! (or however SQLServerCentral.com is classified)

Just wow!

Only thing I can say is thanks for bringing this article to light. First time I've read it. Great job to the actual authors!


It's surprising how much plagiarism actually takes place. A discussion here on SSC a while back that started with something along the line of "this person just plagiarised one of my blog postings." ended up with the discovery that many, if not all, of this MS MVP's blog postings were word for word copies of somebody else's blogs.

I wonder if his MVP status has been revoke yet.



That is just one example of many discussions we have had on the topic.




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Aside from the copy & paste, the article is excellent. Although I think I wouldn't call it a best practices article as much as calling it something Optimizing your SSIS Packages.
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Posted Monday, September 13, 2010 11:54 AM
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It is a shame that this is plagiarized work as there's a comment I'd like to make about the article and I don't see a way to comment on the original.

•If Integration Services and SQL Server run on the same server, use the SQL Server destination instead of the OLE DB destination to improve performance.

This is not the case on Windows Server 2008. SQL Server destination doesn't work on that OS.


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I was fortunate enough to hear Thomas Kesjner at SQL Bits in London earlier this year.

He started his presentation with "I'm not normally a transactional specialist but....." and proceeded to demonstrate that in performance terms it would be like a runner saying "sprinting isn't my thing" just before running a 6 second 100m.


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It's surprising how much plagiarism actually takes place. A discussion here on SSC a while back that started with something along the line of "this person just plagiarised one of my blog postings." ended up with the discovery that many, if not all, of this MS MVP's blog postings were word for word copies of somebody else's blogs.

I wonder if his MVP status has been revoke yet.


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It's surprising how much plagiarism actually takes place. A discussion here on SSC a while back that started with something along the line of "this person just plagiarised one of my blog postings." ended up with the discovery that many, if not all, of this MS MVP's blog postings were word for word copies of somebody else's blogs.

I wonder if his MVP status has been revoke yet.


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No, I do not remember. I seem to remember that an MVP involved in the discussion did report him to those administering the MS MVP process.




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No, I do not remember. I seem to remember that an MVP involved in the discussion did report him to those administering the MS MVP process.

And rightly so. Thanks for getting back to me - I have just seen a few guys who, to me, have never seemed to deserve the MVP status because they write a lot, but not a lot of accurate, if you see what I mean. Just wondered if they were one and the same...


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