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SSIS Execute Package Task


SSIS Execute Package Task

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Koen Verbeeck
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Andy Leonard (11/19/2010)
Da-zero: I doubt you will ever see somethign like this on an exam question. I would object to this kind of question, personally.


You were right, no questions like this one on the exam :-)

Andy Leonard (11/19/2010)

Hugo: I am considering every option for course deliveries. I'm writing (more like desiging than writing...) a course called Mastering SSIS. I'm thinking of people who already know how to write SSIS packages and deploy them to a Production environment. It includes every quirk (like the quirk mentioned in this question) of which I am aware, loads of SSIS design patterns, SSIS framework components, maintenance and troubleshooting techniques.


This sound very very interesting. If you happen to drop by in the Belgium area sometime, let me know :-)

Andy Leonard (11/19/2010)
I'll have a couple more questions in coming weeks.


I'm looking forward to them! (is this a correct expression? Babelfish gave me worse options)


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Nice Question, i got it right because recently i faced this kind of situation in one of my package.

i am looking forward to here more on "Mastering SSIS".
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Good question, thanks for taking the time to help educate the SQL community.

Hope this helps,
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da-zero (11/21/2010)
I'm looking forward to them! (is this a correct expression? Babelfish gave me worse options)


Yep - that's the correct expression!

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Thanks for the Question Andy.



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