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touchmeknot123
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Hello there,

I want to have StartDate and EndDate in config table. I need this so that just in case if the package fails, I can execute for any range of date as I need.
Is it a good idea to update the table on daily basis to run the package for previous day. Also, another job will have to created and run to update Config table dates ? am I thinking in the right direction ? Smile

Thanks in advance!
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anyone with answer ?
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If you're looking to detect package failures, you'll want to read up on error handling and Logging in SSIS. You'll also want to look into Event Handlers and Checkpoints. These can help you detect and resume from the point of failure or take other actions depending upon your specific needs.

Also read up on system variables. There are a number of useful ones that can give you all kinds of information for package failures. Derived columns, OLE DB Command transformations or Script Components can be used to create and update rows in an output using these variables. They all have their advantages and disadvantages, so use what fits your needs.

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