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How to get the data in destination database immediately when source table updates?


How to get the data in destination database immediately when source table updates?

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We have 2 databases Source Database and Destination Database, We want to transfer data from source table records to destination tables immediately .

Can anyone provide tips to implement this by using Integration services ?

Regards,
Ram
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Try this tutorial

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms365330(v=sql.105).aspx

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Sorry - ignore my post I misread what you had written
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sram24_mca (1/3/2013)
We have 2 databases Source Database and Destination Database, We want to transfer data from source table records to destination tables immediately .

Can anyone provide tips to implement this by using Integration services ?

Regards,
Ram


Integration Services does not sound like the right tool for the job - it's not an always-on, data-drip-feed type solution. Have you considered CDC or replication instead?

Rather than 'immediately', can you specify the maximum acceptable time between the data appearing in source and being copied to destination?


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Use the Import/Export wizard. You have the option to run it immediately or save it as an SSIS package.

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Phil Parkin (1/3/2013)
Integration Services does not sound like the right tool for the job - it's not an always-on, data-drip-feed type solution. Have you considered CDC or replication instead?

Rather than 'immediately', can you specify the maximum acceptable time between the data appearing in source and being copied to destination?

Phil, I took "immediately" as meaning he wants to do it now rather than that he needs the source and destination to be always synchronised. I think we're going to need clarification.

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John - I think he wants the package to run each time data is added/updated to a table

I think, as Phil has suggested, that replication might be his best option
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Hi Parkin,
Consider the source data has to copied to destination with in 3 Minutes.

Regards,
Ram
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Hi Parkin,
Consider the source data has to copied to destination with in 3 Minutes.

Regards,
Ram


OK - and what about replication or CDC?


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Hi Parkin,
Thanks, Can you please explain the CDC Concepts? I am new to this CDC Concept. Thanks in advance

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Ram
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