Typically, making the output of an SSIS Package available to a client application for further processing is achieved by outputting the results to a Table in a Database or, maybe, to a file.
The application would then interrogate any of these sources and retrieve the data it needs.
However, what… Read more
I’ve been actively seeking out opportunities to do more stuff with Powershell of late.
I had wanted to script out only the Indexes on Tables in a Database and remembered SQL Server Management Studio doesn’t make this as easy as it could be.
I can’t say that I’ve done my… Read more
In my last post, I attempted to write a SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) Package programmatically.
I used the API that comes with SSIS to build a Package that sourced data from a flat file and loaded it into a Table in a SQL Server Database.
I also mentioned another… Read more
One of the nice things about SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) is its extensibility.
If you find you have need for a Data Flow Source, Transformation or Destination that doesn’t come stock with SSIS you can roll one of your own. The same goes if you wanted to manage the… Read more