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SQL Lunch: Change of Schedule

There has been a slight change to this weeks SQL Lunch meeting.  Our scheduled speaker cannot present this week, therefore you dedicated host, me, will be presenting.  I know you all were excited to learn about Performance Point, but you will have to wait until later this year.  Here is the updated meeting information.  Hope to see you all at Lunch.

#39-SSIS: Taming your Configuration Files

Speaker: Patrick LeBlanc

Live Meeting URL:  https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/usergroups/join?id=75Q6Q6&role=attend

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Date and Time: 10/6/2010 11:30:00 AM CST
BIO: Patrick LeBlanc, SQL Server MVP, is currently a Business Intelligence Architect for Pragmatic Works. He has worked as a SQL Server DBA for the past 9 years. His experience includes working in the Educational, Advertising, Mortgage, Medical and Financial Industries. He is also the founder of TSQLScripts.com, SQLLunch.com and the President of the Baton Rouge Area SQL Server User Group. Patrick is a regular speaker at various SQL Server community events, including SQL Saturday’s, User Groups and the SQL Lunch.


Topic: #39-SSIS: Taming your Configuration Files
Typically, you develop SSIS packages on your laptop, desktop or some client machine and then deploy them to a server. In most cases these environments are completely different. They may have different machine names, folders, connection strings, etc… To assist in easing the pain of deploying your SSIS packages, SSIS includes a range of options that help you when building your data integration solutions. These options include: Property expressions, SET options of DTEXec, and my favorite Package Configurations. In this session I will attempt to demystify the usage of Configurations files in your SSIS package with a particular focus on Child and Master package solutions.

Talk to you soon,

Patrick LeBlanc, SQL Server MVP, MCTS

Founder SQL Lunch

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