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SSIS Package Optimization


SSIS Package Optimization

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Folks,

We are taking Oracle Source data using Data Flow Task in which Data Reader as Source [We have Separate DSN for this] and OLE DB as destination to store the same data into SQL Server table. There are some date condition from which we are extracting data.

EX: SELECT <COLUMN NAMES> FROM <TABLE> WHERE MODIFIED_DATE BETWEEN '2013-05-01 00:00:00.000' AND '2013-05-05 00:00:00.000' -- Actually it should returns 250 rows of record and we get so.

If we using package level its taking nearly 30 to 35 minutes for extracting the data. But if i use Microsoft Query based on the same DSN [Using MS-Office Excel 2007 ODBC] it's taken only 05 minutes to get the data.

Can i know are there any possible way how to optimize my SSIS package by using Data Reader/package level?
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Why don't you use the Oracle OLE DB provider to read the data?
Another option is to use the specialized (but free) Oracle adaptors from Attunity: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=29283



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Hi Koen,

Thanks for your reply. Currently, i am using 2005 Version. But it seems the link is for 2012 i guess.

Can you suggest any option available on SSIS 2005.

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Hi Koen,

Thanks for your reply. Currently, i am using 2005 Version. But it seems the link is for 2012 i guess.

Can you suggest any option available on SSIS 2005.

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The 1.0 release seems to be unavailable. So you should try the Oracle OLE DB provider.
Or upgrade SSIS to a recent edition.



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Thanks Koen for quick info. Let us try to upgrade SSIS and check.
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