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SQL Server 2016 SSIS Basics


SQL Server 2016 SSIS Basics

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We have the Stairway to SSIS, but things have changed. I had a request for installing SSDT and a basic SSIS package. Maybe import a CSV file? If someone wants to do a short series,
- install SSDT, basic package
- add some tasks, maybe lookup, split, whatever
- deploy to another server, maybe include environments or other changes.

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I would like to took up this task. Hope a short series with 4 or 5 article is good enough for this Add-on series over the existing Stairways to SSIS

Thanks & Regards, Kartik M Kumar..
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That would be fine. Make sure you get proofing help as this is a complex subject and needs a good explanation.

I won't close this unless I get an article in the next month.

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Hey Steve, you mind if I take a crack at this?
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Go for it, Angel. So far haven't seen a good basic for the latest version.

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Does this assume SSIS Server is installed somewhere already? How detailed should the tasks be? Not sure what came in the original question so not sure how detailed this should get.

So something like:
- install SSDT, basic package
This would be the latest SSDT, just the SSIS component and building a basic package to import a CSV and put it into a table, right?

- add some tasks, maybe lookup, split, whatever
This is where some detail would be helpful. There are a lot of task types and all have their uses. Wondering if there were specifics mentioned in the original request. My thoughts on components would be:
Containers, Conditionals, Variables (for the next part), Lookups, maybe Conditional Split, and the OLE DB Command. Even that feels like a lot for one article.

- deploy to another server, maybe include environments or other changes.
This is where the variables/project parameters would come into play. I'd also assume that someone had an SSIS server already set up w/ the SSIS Catalog. Does that sound about right? Nothing fancy here trying to use PS or anything like that - just a straight deploy from VS (or ISPAC) and configure on the server.
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I'd think those are 3-4 articles at least. Assume SSIS is installed on the server side, but for the client side, show the install and an import, like a CSV. Other articles could be those that you mentioned, adding to the basic package and showing how to configure tasks, add logging, connections, etc.

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Hi Steve, My blog is Syndicated here, in case you need it, I wrote a post last year about SSISDB and a simple package deployment, and create environments as well:

http://www.sqlguatemala.com/2017/11/ssis-basics-integration-services.html

feel free to use it if you find it useful!

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epivaral - Thursday, September 13, 2018 10:20 AM
Hi Steve, My blog is Syndicated here, in case you need it, I wrote a post last year about SSISDB and a simple package deployment, and create environments as well:

http://www.sqlguatemala.com/2017/11/ssis-basics-integration-services.html

feel free to use it if you find it useful!

Thanks, this is really a request for someone to write articles we publish here. If you'd like to write some, we'd welcome some basics.


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Steve Jones - SSC Editor - Friday, September 14, 2018 12:19 PM
epivaral - Thursday, September 13, 2018 10:20 AM
Hi Steve, My blog is Syndicated here, in case you need it, I wrote a post last year about SSISDB and a simple package deployment, and create environments as well:

http://www.sqlguatemala.com/2017/11/ssis-basics-integration-services.html

feel free to use it if you find it useful!

Thanks, this is really a request for someone to write articles we publish here. If you'd like to write some, we'd welcome some basics.


ohh ok, I am creating a post on my blog for a multi-file bulk insert on SSIS, i don't know if i can just copy-paste my blog post as article here??

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We look for original ones here. If you'd like to publish here first, that's fine. Or write original ones for us.

You can submit articles here: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Contributions/Home

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Steve Jones - SSC Editor - Friday, September 14, 2018 12:41 PM
We look for original ones here. If you'd like to publish here first, that's fine. Or write original ones for us.

You can submit articles here: http://www.sqlservercentral.com/Contributions/Home


Ok, since i haven't published it on my blog, i will remove the schedule and submit it here instead... Hopefully it will be accepted Smile

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